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Indigofera kirilowii£14.95

A small shrub, native of northern China, Korea and southern Japan and grown in the UK since the early 20th century. Sun-loving and best planted against a south-facing wall, Indogofera kirilowii will produces racemes of rose-coloured flowers in mid to late summer. Effectively fully hardy in a sheltered garden, a very severe winter can cut the plant back but it is highly likely to recover with re-newed vigour.

Kolkwitzia amabilis 'Pink Cloud'

Kolkwitzia amabilis 'Pink Cloud'£14.95

Deciduous shrub from Hubei, China, bearing masses of deep pink flowers in late spring and early summer on elegantly archinbg branches. Trouble-free and easy to gow especially in eell drained soil and full sun preferred. Cut old wood hard after flowering to encourage new growth that will then bear flowers the following year Fully hardy. H:3m

Lonicera fragrantissima£9.95

Large shrub, well suited to sun or a lightly shaded position. Bears numerous small pale yellow and fragrant flowers in late winter and early spring, before foliage emerges. H: 2m

Lonicera ligustrina 'var. pileata'

Lonicera ligustrina 'var. pileata'£9.95

Dense, spreading and evergreen shrub. bears cream/white flowers in early spring, followed by purple berries. H:60cm. Native to China

Magnolia grandiflora

Magnolia grandiflora£24.95

Small tree or very large shrub. Often erroneously identified as a laurel on account of its large, glossy evergreen foliage which has a characteristic red velvety underside. Very large creamy-white flowers in summer make an exceptional display. Does best in a sheltered position, for example against a large south-facing wall or as a specimen tree in a sheltered garden. Fully hardy. H: typically 3-6m in East Anglia

Magnolia sieboldii

Magnolia sieboldii£45.00

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

Mahonia eurybracteata subsp. ganpinensis 'Soft Caress'

Mahonia eurybracteata subsp. ganpinensis 'Soft Caress'£14.95

Awarded 'Plant of the Year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2013, this Mahonia has finely divided and spine-free leaves. forms a compact and evergreen shrub, with plumes of fragrant yellow flowers in late summer and into autumn Happy in full sun, but will probably do even better in light shade. Tolerates dry soils. Fully hardy. H:1m

Mahonia x media 'Charity'

Mahonia x media 'Charity'£9.95

Substantial evergreen shrub, with sharply toothed and pinnate leaves. Dense clusters of yellow flowers in late winter. Thrives in shade and moist soil. Fully hardy. H:3m

Melianthus major

Melianthus major£6.50

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£12.95

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£9.95

Myrtle. Evergreen shrub with small shiny evergreen leaves, a compact, rounded habit and masses of fragrant white flowers in summer. 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

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