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Euonymus alatus

Euonymus alatus£9.95

Winged Spindle. Deciduous shrub cultivated for autumn foliage. Dark green leaves turning brilliant dark red and bright orange seeds in red seed pods make for a great autumn show. H:2m; W:3m. Hardy. Well-drained soil; full sun or partial shade. 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 ornage 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 fortunei 'Silver Queen'

Euonymus fortunei 'Silver Queen'£7.50

Useful robust evergreen shrub, with attractive green leaves edged with white - often with a pink tinge in winter. Tolerates most conditions. Clip back occasionally to encourage new growth. H: 1-2m


Euonymus hamiltonianus

Euonymus hamiltonianus£8.50

A rare, hardy, deciduous shrub, infrequently seen in British gardens, native to Afghanistan, Himalaya and S. China. Broad, rounded leaves turn orange/yellow in summer; very attractive pink fruits in autumn. Tolerates most condition. H: 2-4m


Euonymus myrianthus£14.95

A rare and very attractive evergreen shrub, native to Western China and in 1908 by Ernest Wilson. Glossy, bright green leaves and dense provide the perfect foil for the rounded heads of greenish-yellow flowers in spring. In autumn yellow fruit develop, contrasting with the boldly coloured late-season foliage, opening to reveal orange-scarlet seeds. Euonymus myrianthus is trouble free and easy going and will grow best in moist but well-drained soil in sun or partial shade, in time forming a large shrub.


Euonymus planipes

Euonymus planipes£12.95

Fully hardy shrubwith 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


Exochorda x macrantha 'Niagra'

Exochorda x macrantha 'Niagra'£24.95

Beautiful, arching mound forming deciduous shrub. Racemes of white flowers in late spring and early summer. H:3m. Hardy. Full sun or partial shade. Well drained soil.


Fatsia japonica

Fatsia japonica£9.95

Spreading evergreen shrub with thick lobed lage leathery mid green leaves. Small creamy - white flowers form in globular clusters in late summer-autumn. Full sun or dappled shade. Protect from winds. Frost hardy. Well drained soil. H+W:1.5-4m.


Hedera colchica 'Dendroides (Arborescens)'

Hedera colchica 'Dendroides (Arborescens)'£12.95

A wonderful shrubby ivy; useful for screening or hedging or for a specimen plant. The ivy has glossy, dark green leaves, with cream-white flowers in early winter and then fruits. It is slow growing and doesn't grow much more than 1m in height. Well drained soil in partial shade. Hardy


Helianthemum  'Ben Hope'

Helianthemum 'Ben Hope'£4.50

Evergreen, spreading and low growing shrub, very useful for tumbling over low walls or along the edges of paths or patios. Bright pinky-red flowers throughout the summer. H:20cm. Full sun. Well-drained soil. Hardy.


Helianthemum  'Wisley Pink (Rhodanthe Carneum)'

Helianthemum 'Wisley Pink (Rhodanthe Carneum)'£4.50

Evergreen, spreading and low growing shrub, very useful for tumbling over low walls or along the edges of paths or patios. Pale pink flowers with slightly darker centres and sfot golden stamens throughout the summer. H:20cm. Full sun. Well-drained soil. Hardy.


Helianthemum  'Wisley Primrose'

Helianthemum 'Wisley Primrose'£4.50

Low-growing, evergreen, dwarf shrub for a hot sunny location; lots of primrose-yellow flowers in summer. Ideal for a rockery, or over the edge of a low wall. Clip back after flowering. H: 15cm; W: up to 1m

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