As well as our plants listed in detail here we also carry a full range of
many others. These include, trees, shrubs, alpine & rockery plants, ferns,
bulbs. conifers, climbers and seasonal plants (i.e. bedding plants,
winter pansies, hanging basket plants). For a detailed list of our full range
please e-mail for our electronic listing. Below are a selection of some of
the more unusual other plants.
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Acer palmatum osakazuki'
One of the finest of the autumn Acers. Has to be seen to be believed. 6-8'
in 10 years.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Spiralis'
A very unusual low growing conifer with almost ringlet like hanging stems.
A small but interesting selection of unusual auriculas in their many forms,
both double & single.
Berberis thunbergii 'Kelleris'
An attractive shrub with green and white marbled foliage, followed by attractive
Clethra alnifolia 'Pink Spire'
A truly wonderful shrub with its short spikes of very heavily scented pink
flower spikes. Easy & reliable. Pink Spire is the pink form (available
Some of the lesser known types, many magellanica types. Fuchsia mag. Versicolor
with its soft pinkish grey leaves and purple and red pendulous flowers on
arching stems. Fuchsia mag. Alba, a large delicate shrub with the palest
of pink almost white pendulous flowers.
Hypericum 'Hidcote Variegated'
A lovely dwarf form of the ever popular Hypericum Hidcote. Low mounds of
semi evergreen variegated foliage bear numerous small pale yellow saucer-like
A rather underrated shrub suitable for almost any sites. Large glossy evergreen
leaves add to the beauty as its creamy white flowers are borne in clusters.
Sun or shade. 6-8'.
We carry a large general range of alpines including a good selection of Dianthus,
Campanula, Diascia, Erodium, Ajuga, Viola, Rock rose, Phlox, and many many
more. Please e-mail for our electronic catalogue.
Ulmus 'Jaqueline Hillier'
A really attractive dwarf Elm, suitable for large rockeries, or wherever
a tree is needed that doesn't get too large. Also good for containers.
Many many more 'other plants' are grown, further pages will be added in due
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