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Lonicera involucrata var. ledebourii

Lonicera involucrata var. ledebourii£9.95

A rare species of shrubby honeysuckle native to northern and western North America, with characteristic pairs of yellow flowers tinged orange or red followed by large, glossy black to purple fruits in later summer . Fully hardy. H: 2m

Lonicera syringantha

Lonicera syringantha£10.95

Delightful slender-branched spreading shrub with small glaucous green leaves and soft pink and very fragrant flowers in the spring/early summer. Very robust and tolerant, and will do well in full sun or light shade. Cut out old wood after flowering. Native to China and Tibet. Fully hardy. H:1-3m.

Lonicera xylosteum

Lonicera xylosteum£8.95

Fly Honeysuckle. Bushy deciduous shrub. Oval grey-green leaves. Cream-white tubular flowers occur along the shoots in pairs in spring. Showy red berries. H:3m. Hardy. Well-drained soil. Sun or part shade.

Magnolia acuminata x loebneri 'Maxine Merrill'£35.00

A rare and very beautiful magnolia, bearing yellow flowers with white interiors in spring. Will grow in to a large shrub or in time a small tree. Fully hardy, and preferring a rich and fertile soil in a reasonably sheltered position that sees a few hours of sun each day. Height: 2-5m

Magnolia sieboldii

Magnolia sieboldii£59.95

A beautiful, large deciduous shrub from Japan, Korea and China; large white scented flowers from May to July. As a woodland specialist it prefers dappled shade and reasonably moist soil. Fully hardy. H: probably growing to 2-3m

Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel'

Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel'£29.95

Vigorous, medium-sized, deciduous shrub or small tree, with narrow ovate leaves about 12cm in length.Star shaped lilac-pink flowers emerge in Spring with a lovely scent. The flowers grow to 10cm in width and open before the leaves. Fully hardy. H+W: 3-6m.

Melianthus major

Melianthus major£12.95

Honey Flower. A magnificent plant, grown for its large, aromatic, grey-green leaves. Best in full sun and reasonably well drained soil; a dry mulch during severe cold may be advisable. S. African origin. H: up to 2m

Myrtus communis

Myrtus communis£17.95

Upright evergreen shrub with glossy dark green leaves; fragrant white flowers in autumn. Crushed leaves produce a distinct and attractive aromatic perfume which is used in Sardinia to make 'mirto', an alcoholic liquer. In classical Greek mythology, myrtle was sacred to the goddess Aphrodite and is to this day used in traditional wedding bouquets.Prefers full sun and a sheltered site. Frost hardy. H: 2m

Myrtus communis var tarentina

Myrtus communis var tarentina£14.95

Small leaved myrtle. Evergreen shrub with small shiny evergreen leaves, a compact, rounded habit and masses of fragrant white flowers in late summer-autumn. Plant in a sheltered, well-drained and warm location; prune lighlty in spring to maintain shape. Hardy to -15C. H: about 1.2m

Neillia affinis

Neillia affinis£12.95

Neillia is a lovely deciduous shrub grown for profuse clusters of pink-white flowers in the spring and early summer and a graceful arching habit. Prefers moist soil in sun or part shade. Fully hardy. Prune old wood hard after flowering to encourage fresh flower-bearing stems the following year. H:2m

Osmanthus delavayi

Osmanthus delavayi£9.95

Rounded and bushy shrub with glossy dark green leaves. Very fragrant white flowers in spring, followed by blue-black fruit. Fully Hardy. Native of China. H: 2-3m

Paeonia ludlowii var lutea

Paeonia ludlowii var lutea£14.95

Deciduous upright large shrub. Attractive, large and deeply cut leaves. Single bowl shaped yellow flowers in early summer. H:2m. W:1.2m. Hardy. Sun or partial shade. Rich well drained soil will produce best results.

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Blue Spire'

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Blue Spire'£5.50

Very attractive upright shrub with grey stems and silver-grey heavily lobed leaves. Tubular violet-blue flowers in long panicles in late summer. Prune right back mid-spring. Hardy. Well-drained soil. H:1.2m. AGM

Philadelphus  'Belle Etoile'

Philadelphus 'Belle Etoile'£9.95

Deciduous arching shrub with narrow oval leaves. Single very fragrant white flowers with pale purple centres in early summer. H:1.2m. Sun or partial shade. AGM. Prune older wood hard after flowering.

Philadelphus  'Natchez'

Philadelphus 'Natchez'£8.50

Beautiful deciduous shrub, raised in the USA, and noted for its unusually large, double and scented white flowers in early summer. Best in full sun or light shade on good rich soils that are moist and well drained. Cut back old wood hard after flowering. Fully hardy. H:1-3m depending on pruning.

Philadelphus  'Silver Showers (Silberregen)'

Philadelphus 'Silver Showers (Silberregen)'£9.95

Spreading deciduous shrub with attractive small light green foliage. Single fragrant pure-white flowers in early summer. Rich soil in partial shade or full sun preferred. H:1.2m S: 1.5m. Hardy.

Philadelphus coronarius 'Aureus'

Philadelphus coronarius 'Aureus'£12.95

Upright deciduous shrub, with golden yellow foliage, very fragrant off-white single flowers in early summer. Best in light shade to prevent foliage burning. H:2-3.5m. Prune old wood hard after flowering.

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Summer Wine'

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Summer Wine'£9.95

Medium sized shrub, with beautiful dark purple-red foliage and flat heads of pink tinged flowers in summer. Foliage turns well in the autumn. Best in full sun and fertile soil. Fully hardy. H: 2m

Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Emerald Dome'£14.95

A new variety of pittosporum, with a compact and conical habit, requiring minimal pruning. Mid-green evergreen foliage, small fragrant purple flowers in spring and early summer. Enjoys full sun to part-shade and will grow well on most soils. Final height may be about 1 to 1.2m

Pittosporum tobira

Pittosporum tobira£14.95

Very attractive evergreen shrub with large glossy dark green leaves. Slow growing eventually making a large shrub. Very fragrant large cream flowers in early summer. An excellent wall shrub. Plant in a sunny position is moist but well drained soil. Final height: 1-3m depending on pruning

Plumbago auriculata

Plumbago auriculata£12.95

Plumbago is an evergreen shrub grown as a climber, attaining considerable size in the wild, but often much smaller in cultivation, perhaps 1 or 2m. Leaves are glossy green on long, thin, and climbing stems. The flowers are usually pale blue in summerr. Happy in a pot in a warm and sheltered position when all risk of frost has passed. Half-hardy, so protect from frost at all times.

Plumbago auriculata is only half-hardy and must over-wintered in a frost free conservatory of heated glaas house.

Ribes laurifolium 'Mrs Amy Doncaster'

Ribes laurifolium 'Mrs Amy Doncaster'£9.95

Sprawling evergreen shrub with striking pale cream-green flowers throughout late winter when there is little else in bloom. More compact and more floriferous than the true species this named variety of this fully hardy plant will be a welcome source of food for early-emerging bees. Happy in sun or semi-shade in any reasonably good garden soil. H: about 30cm, spread perhaps 1m.

Ribes sanguineum 'White Icicle'

Ribes sanguineum 'White Icicle'£9.95

Upright, deciduous spineless shrub; fully hardy; well drained soil in full sun preferred. Pendant racemes of white flowers in spring. H+W: 2m.

Ribes speciosum

Ribes speciosum£9.95

Hardy, spreading shrub, preferring dappled shade or sun in dry gardens. H:1-3m. Bristly, spiny stems and lobed dark green leaves. Attractive tubular fuchsia-like dark red flowers followed by orange fruits.

Rosmarinus  'Miss Jessop's Upright'

Rosmarinus 'Miss Jessop's Upright'£4.95

A erect form of this well-loved hardy, aromatic evergreen shrub. Pale blue flowers in summer. Cut back in spring to encourage new growth; ideal for cooking. H: 1-1.5m

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