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Cotoneaster  'Rothschildianus'

Cotoneaster 'Rothschildianus'£24.95

Spreading evergreen shrub with glossy pointed leaves. Striking creamy yellow berries in late autumn. Very tolerant of most conditions, enjoying sun or shade. Fully hardy. Cut back as desired to maintain shape and size. The flowers are much appreciated by bees. H:3m.

Deutzia  'Strawberry Fields'

Deutzia 'Strawberry Fields'£9.95

A beautiful hardy shrub that will produce masses of pretty pink/white flowers in early summer. Ideal for smaller gardens as the maximum height is unlikely to exceed 1-1.5m. Plant in full sun.

Deutzia compacta 'Lavender Time'

Deutzia compacta 'Lavender Time'£9.95

Compact, deciduous and fully hardy shrub, bearing pale lavender-pink flowers in profusion in spring. Prune older stems hard after flowering. Prefers full sun and not likely to grow more than 1m

Deutzia elegantissima 'Fasiculata'

Deutzia elegantissima 'Fasiculata'£7.95

Compact and rounded shrub, bearing a profusion of white flowers, the reverse of each petal flushed pink in spring/early summer. Fully hardy. Plant in full sun and moist but well drained soil. Once established, cut back the old wood hard after flowering to encourage new shoots in the current summer which willthen form flower-bearing shoots the following year. Height and spread: about: 1.2m

Deutzia ningpoensis

Deutzia ningpoensis£9.95

Medium size shrub, growing to 2m, with dense panicles of white to white-pink flowers in summer. Prefers full sun and moist but well drained soil. Fully hardy. Native to mixed forests, mountain slopes and valleys at 500-800m altitude in the eastern Chinese provinces of Anhui, Fujian, Hubei, Jiangxi, Shaanxi and Zhejiang.

Drimys lanceolata

Drimys lanceolata£9.95

The Tasmanian Mountain Pepper is a useful evergreen shrub suitable for a sunny or semi shaded site in a relatively sheltered position. The plant is hardy down to -5 to -10. The dark, glossy green leaves emerge from red stems; the bark and leaves are strongly scented of cinnamon. Fragrant greenish yellow flowers emerge in spring. H: 2-4m.

Elaeagnus  'Quicksilver'

Elaeagnus 'Quicksilver'£7.95

Beautiful hardy sun loving deciduous shrub. Arching spreading nature with attractive silver leaves and silvery shoots. Extremely fragrant, small sulphur yellow flowers produced from silver buds in summer. H:4m. Fertile well drained soil. AGM

Euonymus alatus compactus

Euonymus alatus compactus£9.95

A deciduous and fully hardy dwarf shrub cultivated for autumn foliage. Green summer foliage turns brilliant pink to dark red in late summer to early autumn, accented by red seed pots that open to reveal bright orange seeds. Very robust and tolerant, thriving best in moist but well-drained soils in either full sun or partial shade. RHS Award of Garden Merit. H: up to 1m

Euonymus europaeus 'Red Cascade'

Euonymus europaeus 'Red Cascade'£9.95

Deciduous shrub with spreading pendent shoots. Oval dark green leaves turning bright red in autumn. Attractive 4-lobed red fruit. H:3m W:2.5m.Well-drained soil. Full sun or partial shade. AGM.

Euonymus planipes

Euonymus planipes£14.95

Fully hardy shrub with distinctive pointed leaf buds, green leaves turn fiery red in autumn. Large red pods in autumn with bright orange seeds. Choice shrub that becomes a highly-eye catching focal point in late summer and autumn. Very tolerant, and will do well in any decent garden soil in full sun or partial shade. H:2-2.5m

Euphorbia x martinii

Euphorbia x martinii£7.95

Hybrid of E. amygdaloides and E. characias, forming a bold evergreen sub-shrub. Numerous yellow-green flowers from spring to midsummer and characteristic reddish stems. Full sun or semi shade. Hardy. H: 60cm

Heptacodium miconioides

Heptacodium miconioides£12.95

A really lovely hardy shrub or small tree for full sun or light shade. Bears fragrant creamy white flowers in September followed by vivid red seed capsules. Interesting grey 'cracked' bark in mature examples, hence the alternative name of 'ribbon bark'. H:3m+

Hydrangea  'Preziosa'

Hydrangea 'Preziosa'£9.95

Deciduous shrub. Flowering late in the summer. Interesting mop head cream flowers which turn pink-purple in late summer. Striking autumn foliage colour. Shade and reasonably moist soil for best results. H:1.5m

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'£9.95

A beautiful hydrangea bearing large creamy-white spherical flowerheads in summer with attractive lime green leaves. Prefers partial shade and moister soils - if in doubt, add plenty of organic matter when planting and mulch generously each spring. Fully hardy. If desired, cut hard each spring to encourage fresh flowering stems and to control overall size. RHS AGM H+W: 1.5m.

Hydrangea aspera 'Villosa Group'

Hydrangea aspera 'Villosa Group'£14.95

Magically beautiful shrub, producing clouds of mauve flowers, surrouded by mauve-pink honey guides in mid to late summer. Very tactile, softly hairy and elegant leaves are up to to 20cm long. Rich and reasonably moist soils in part shade for the most spectacualr results, but actaully quie tolerant of poor soils even in full sun. Fully hardy. Height: :1 to 2m

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Madame Emile Mouillière'

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Madame Emile Mouillière'£12.95

Mop-head hydrangea. Great garden plant especially in a cooler or shadier spot. This variety has large white flowers tinged pink and is considerd the best white in the Hortensia hydrangea group. Fully hardy. H: 1.2m

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Nigra'

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Nigra'£12.95

A fine example of the classic 'mop-headed' hydrangeas, raised in 1870 and noted for nearly black stems and cream flowers that fade to rose pink. Best in dappled shade and reasonably moist conditions. Fully hardy. H: about 1.2m

Hydrangea paniculata 'Kyushu'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Kyushu'£9.95

Vigorous deciduous shrub with glossy leaves and large panicles of creamy sterile flowers and pinkish fertile flowers in late summer; best in moist soil and partial shade. Cut back in early spring. H: 2-3m

Hydrangea paniculata 'Pink Diamond'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Pink Diamond'£9.95

Hardy shrub for cooler and/or moister part of the garden. Creamy-white flower panicles age to shades of pink by late summer. Prune hard in early spring to encourage new growth. Fully hardy. H: 2m if unpruned.

Hydrangea serrata 'Grayswood'

Hydrangea serrata 'Grayswood'£12.95

Medium-sized shrub, ideal for a cool and lighty shaded spot, preferably on reasonably moist soil. Very pretty lace-cap flower-heads with blue central fertile florets surrounded by white sterile 'honey guides' aging in late summer to pink and red. Spectacular fiery red foliage in the autumn. Fully hardy. H:1m+

Hypericum 'Hidcote'£6.95

Upright and bushy semi-evergreen shrub, bearing numerous large yellow flowers from summer to autumn. Full sun, fully hardy. H/W: 1.2m

Ilex x koehneana 'Chestnut Leaf'

Ilex x koehneana 'Chestnut Leaf'£15.00

Large, conical, female evergreen shrub or medium-sized tree. Produces large red berries. Will tolerate light shade and prefers moist but well drained soil. H:7m. Hybrid of I. aquifolium and I. latifolia. AGM

Itea ilicifolia

Itea ilicifolia£9.95

Evergreen rounded shrub with dark green holly-like leaves, native to western China. Masses of pendent racemes of green-white flowers smother the plant in high summer. These have a powerful sweet-honey fragrance on warm nights which will attract numerous moths. Best in moist but well drained soil in full sun with shelter from the coldeset winter winds. Fully hardy. RHS Award of Garden Merit. H:1-2m

Kerria japonica 'Golden Guinea'

Kerria japonica 'Golden Guinea'£9.95

Deep yellow single flowers fading to cream flowering upright, deciduous shrub. Bright green leaves turning yellowish in the Autumn. Flowers are c. 6cm wide in April-May. Very eye catching. Hardy. Full sun. H:2m

Lonicera elisae

Lonicera elisae£12.95

A rare and elegant deciduous shrub honeysuckle from China. Narrow, tubular cream/white flowers with a rosy flush at the base in late winter. Wonderfully fragrant. Best in full sun or lightly dappled shade in moist but well drained soil. Cut out old wood in late spring to encourage new flowering wood. Fully hardy. H: 1-2m

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