Photinia fraseri 'Pink Marble' 3L£22.99
<p>Discovered in the US, this cultivar is believed to be a sport of 'Red Robin'. It has variegated cream and green leaves, which when they first emerge are flushed in pinky red, so overall the effect is very colourful.</p><p>A handsome evergreen, it makes a fine stand-alone specimen and as it is quite tolerant of hard pruning, it also works wonderfully well as an informal hedge.</p><p>Please note that all our plants come in simple plastic pots unless otherwise stated in the product name. If you wish to pot yours up we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.</p>
Festuca Intense Blue£9.99
<p>Providing the best steely blue foliage of all the shorter grasses, this undemanding ornamental look fantastic when drifted through a gravel garden, or when used in a Mediterranean-style planting scheme. It also works well in patio pots, where it will form a spiky topknot.</p><p>It is mainly grown for it fine foliage, which has the best colour when it is planted in a spot that gets sun for the entire day, but it also produces bluish green flowerspikes in summer that age to straw.</p><p>Please note that all our plants come in simple plastic pots unless otherwise stated in the product name. If you wish to pot yours up we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.</p>
Euonymus Kathy hedge plants make a lovely variegated shrub ideal for nearly all sites, growing well in coastal, windswept and cold conditions. Its brightly variegated foliage performs best when planted in full sun but it can also handle partial shade.
Pittosporum Tom Thumb£8.00
<p>Pittosporums are typically grown for their dramatic foliage. Hardy in mild areas and seaside gardens, they may struggle in colder regions. Pittosporum tenuifolium is one of the hardiest pittosporums, bearing neat, evergreen foliage on gorgeous black stems. Some varieties bear inconspicuous, dark purple honey-scented flowers.</p><p>Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Tom Thumb’ is a compact shrub with a rounded shape, and bears small, dark purple leaves. It’s ideal for growing against a south-facing wall or as a display in its own right in a gravel garden or container. Alternatively, pair with ornamental grasses or other foliage plants such as choisya.</p>
Euonymous Emerald & Gold£7.50
<p>Clusters of insignificant green flowers appear in May and June among small, lustrous green leaves with yellow margins, which often take on a reddish bronze flush in colder winter.</p><p>This popular, bushy, semi-evergreen shrub will often keep its foliage throughout the winter, and it makes excellent groundcover. A mainstay of low-maintenance gardens, it also makes a good foil for more ornamental, golden-leaved shrubs.</p><p>It is tough and will thrive in any well-drained border in sun or partial shade.</p>
Euonymous Emerald Gaiety£7.50
<p>Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' is a well known RHS AGM variety, which is evergreen and makes a useful and reliable addition to any garden. The silvery yellow variegated foliage gives all year round interest in the garden or in patio containers.</p><p>Euonymus fortunei is tough and versatile, and you'll find plants will thrive in almost any position, plants make superb ground cover and can also be wall-trained. The ideal plant for first-time gardeners and those looking for something low maintenance for a small garden.</p>
Rhus typhina 'Tiger Eyes' 3L£24.99
<p>The finely dissected, fern-like leaves of this handsome shrub emerge each spring in a bright chartreuse flush, but they soon take on the rich golden tones that last throughout the summer. It's in the autumn however that this plant becomes even more eye-catching, as then the yellow leaves turn dazzling shades of red and orange.</p><p>Needless to say, it's primarily grown for this stunning foliage, but it also produces upright spikes of greenish yellow flowers in summer, followed (on female plants) by clusters of red fruits. A magnificent, stand-alone specimen that will develop an architectural profile as it matures, its colourful foliage also makes it valuable as an accent plant.</p><p>Please note that all our plants come in simple plastic pots unless otherwise stated in the product name. If you wish to pot yours up we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.</p>
Aucuba Japonica Gold Strike 3L£8.00
The Japanese Laurel is a striking evergreen shrub with large dark green leaves generously blotched buttercup yellow. It makes a dense rounded bush and can be grown into an impenetrable thick hedge.
Pachysandra Term Variegata 2L£7.00
<p>Japanese Spurge is a useful ground cover plant, thriving in those difficult shaded areas on almost any soil. If the emerald green foliage of the species is too oppressive then add a splash of colour with this light reflecting variegated form.</p><p>The vibrant, creamed splashed leaves of Pachysandra terminalis 'Variegata' form an evergreen carpet that is topped with terminal, white flower spikes in early summer. This versatile perennial makes a lovely choice for woodland areas, associating beautifully with ferns and other foliage plants.</p>
Spiraea Shirobana 3L£14.99
Spiraea Shirobana is a stunning red flower turning pink then pure white from July to October. It generally only grows to a height of 60cm. Fondly known as Joseph's Coat, this popular dwarf flowering shrub has a truly amazing combination of three colours on one shrub, blending together clusters of red, pink and white flowers. A prolific flowering variety from June to August, it's perfect for garden borders or pots and containers on the patio.
Caryopteris Dark Knight 3L£14.99
The flowers of this handsome shrub are really useful for adding late colour to the border, and their rich purple-blue colouring looks wonderful against the foliage, which has a silvery reverse. Acting as a magnet for bees and butterflies, Caryopteris Dark Knight is a great addition to a wildlife-friendly garden, and once established, it will become drought-tolerant. Where temperatures fall below -15°C it's best grown against a warm, south or west-facing wall.
Griselinia Green Horizon 3L£14.99
<p>The Green Horizon Griselinia, also referred to as the ‘New Zealand Privet ‘Green Horizon’, has dark glossy leaves in a beautiful oval shape. It grows slightly faster than the regular Griselinia Littoralis and helps create more privacy and security, whilst limiting the amount of noise and wind in their gardens.</p><p>If preferred, Green Horizon will grow over 6m in height and in one year the Green Horizon can typically grow anywhere from 60cm – 90cm depending on factors like watering and nutrient intake, placing it into the “fast growing hedge” category. It is easily maintained if trimmed once or twice a year, making it ideal if you prefer a low maintenance hedge.</p>
Skimmia japonica 'Rubella' 20+ flower 3L£19.99
<p>Skimmia japonica 'Rubella' is a compact male shrub with red-margined, deep green leaves. Dark red flower buds are produced in autumn and these last all through the winter until the flowers open in spring.</p><p>A great shrub for growing in a pot or for filling in gaps in the garden border.</p><p>Please note that all our plants come in simple plastic pots unless otherwise stated in the product name. If you wish to pot yours up we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.</p>
Berberis Admiration 3L£16.99
<p>Dazzling red foliage with a narrow yellow edge, puts on a magnificent display from spring to autumn. Useful for creating contrast in the mixed or shrub border, this low-growing deciduous spiny shrub produces small pink flowers from late spring or early summer, followed by crimson berries in autumn.</p><p>The foliage looks wonderful in 'hot' planting schemes, and it also adds pizzazz to pots. It is tolerant of partial shade, however it is best planted in a sunny spot if you want really vibrant leaf colour, as the foliage will be greener in a shadier setting.</p>
Fuchsia ‘Beacon’ is a hardy shrub fuchsia, growing to an eventual height of around 60cm. It’s an upright shrub with dark green foliage, and bears pretty single flowers with carmine pink petals and red-pink sepals. Grow it in a mixed herbaceous border in part shade, or in a pot on a sheltered, part-shaded patio.
Fuchsia Display is happy in sun or a partially shaded position. It's perfect for borders and patio pots and holds the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Plants of this fuchsia are bushy, upright and covered in all-pink flowers over a long summer period. This is one of the most showy fuchsias, and is often chosen for exhibiting.
Fuchsia Dollar Princess£9.99
One of the hardier fuschsias, 'Dollar Prinzessin' forms a bushy shrub, that is laden with small, double, red and purple flowers throughout the summer. A showy addition to the front of a sheltered border, it can also be grown in a pot and overwintered in an unheated greenhouse or conservatory in colder regions.
Fuchsia Garden News£9.99
An RHS Award of Garden Merit winner, Fuchsia 'Garden News' produces masses of magenta pink flowers with frosty pink sepals throughout summer. A bushy, upright hardy fuchsia with a compact habit that is ideal for growing in borders and patio containers.
Fuchsia Delta's Sarah£9.99
Fuchsia Delta's Sarah is a newly introduced, hardy fuchsia, that produces large, white and violet-blue flowers, which fade to maroon-purple and seem to drip from the branches for a long period throughout summer and autumn. Wonderful for adding lashings of colour to a mixed border, it will also flourish in a generously-sized pot and can be under-planted with seasonal bedding.
Frilly white petticoats contrast beautifully with the scarlet outer sepals of this superb hardy Fuchsia. The extravagant blooms are produced in succession throughout summer, giving a garden performance that well deserves its RHS AGM. This bushy deciduous shrub has a neat compact habit that is nicely suited to borders or growing in containers on the patio.
Fuchsia Tom Thumb£9.99
<p>Fuchsias are much-loved for their hanging, bell-shaped, bi-coloured flowers that look like colourful, dancing skirts. The flowers last all summer long. Fuchsias are shrubs that hail mostly from Central and South America, where they’re pollinated by hummingbirds.</p><p>Masses of small, pendent, red and mauve flowers from June to October and deep green leaves. This single-flowered, dwarf fuchsia makes an ideal container plant for a partially shady site, protected from cold, drying winds. An extremely free-flowering variety, in frost-prone areas it's best over-wintered in a cool greenhouse.</p>
Lavandula Hidcote Improved (Essence)Original price £9.99 £4.99
With its compact habit and dark purple flower spikes, this must be one of the nation's best known varieties of English lavender. The fragrant stems of Lavandula 'Hidcote' are ideal for cutting or drying, and the nectar-rich flowers are particularly attractive to bees. Lavender makes an excellent low hedge or path edging where the perfume can be appreciated as you brush past the aromatic evergreen foliage.
Fuchsia Alice Hoffman£9.99
<p>Fuchsias are much-loved for their hanging, bell-shaped, bi-coloured flowers that look like colourful, dancing skirts. The flowers last all summer long. Fuchsias are shrubs that hail mostly from Central and South America, where they’re pollinated by hummingbirds.</p><p>The upright to gently arching stems of this compact fuchsia are laden with an abundance of pendant, rich pink and white flowers throughout the summer - and often well into autumn. The bronze-tinted green foliage adds further interest, and provides a lush backdrop for the showy blooms. 'Alice Hoffman' is one of the hardier forms, and it will add long lasting colour to the border.</p>
Berberis Harlequin 3L£14.99
<p>Berberis Harlequin is a particularly recognisable RHS AGM variety with distinctive purple leaves marbled with rose-pink. Although mainly grown for its foliage, the pale lemon flowers make a pleasing contrast in spring, followed by bright red berries from late summer.</p><p>The colourful leaves take on brighter tones of red during the autumn months, before falling to reveal prickly, arching stems. A superb ornamental shrub for adding colour accents to borders. Barberry plants also make colourful hedges and attract wildlife to their flowers and berries.</p>
Buddleja Davidii Pink Delight 3LOriginal price £14.99 £7.49
<p>Much maligned for its habit of colonising railway sidings, buddleja can be a fabulous addition to a sunny border, with dramatic, fragrant flowers that are attractive to butterflies and other beneficial insects. Pruned hard in spring, this shrub produces dense spikes of honey-scented, bright pink flowers with orange eyes throughout summer.</p><p>The pointed, grey-green leaves turn butter-yellow in autumn. Deadheading the buddleja will encourage it to produce more flowers and stop any unwanted seedlings.</p>
Buddleja Davidii Royal Red 3LOriginal price £14.99 £7.49
This large spreading Butterfly Bush has a vigorous habit that is ideal as a larger specimen shrub for wide borders. The arching purple-red blooms reach an impressive size, with a sweet honey fragrance, especially after hard pruning. Awarded an RHS AGM, Buddleja davidii 'Royal Red' is perfect for attracting butterflies and other pollinating insects to the garden and makes a useful feature for wildlife areas.
Cupressus Goldcrest 2L£9.99
<p>Evergreen lime-green foliage stands out wonderfully as a centrepiece of a flower bed, in a patio container, or even grown as a low hedge. Cupressus ‘Goldcrest’ is a truly versatile plant and will certainly earn its place in any scheme.</p><p>A holder of a RHS AGM, this lovely conifer also has a slight lemon fragrance to the foliage if brushed when passing and will happily tolerate a position in full sun.</p>
Skimmia Finchy 15+ Flower 1.5L£12.99
Finchy' is a male variety of Skimmia bearing panicles of small green flower buds throughout the winter which open to creamy-white flowers in spring. This evergreen shrub is ideal for growing in containers or mixed borders and does best when grown in full or part shade.<p>Please note that all our plants come in simple plastic pots unless otherwise stated in the product name. If you wish to pot yours up we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.</p>
Symphoricarpus Magical Galaxy 3L£16.99
<p>A compact plant which produces a mass of small white flowers in summer which go on to produce white fleshy berries in autumn (harmful if eaten). A non fussy shrub, Symphoricarpos 'Magical Galaxy' will thrive on most soils and although prefers to be in sun, it will tolerate part shade.</p><p>The deciduous foliage is a yellow tinted green colour, which goes beautifully with its white fruits.</p><p>Please note that all our plants come in simple plastic pots unless otherwise stated in the product name. If you wish to pot yours up we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.</p>
Photinia 'Magical Volcano' 3L£22.99
<p>Photinia 'Magical Volcano' is an interesting new Photinia which has a serrated edge to the leaf. It has a very strong colour which remains on the new foliage for longer than other Photinias. It's a superb upright evergreen shrub with large, elliptic, edged, glossy leaves, bright red or purplish young leaves, which turns dark green in summer, and orange-red in autumn and throughout winter.</p><p>Small white flowers in spring are sometimes followed by red fruit. In spring it blooms with creamy white flowers. </p><p>Perfect for hedging or as a specimen, it will reach a height and spread of 3m and will do well in sun or partial shade.</p><p>Please note that all our plants come in simple plastic pots unless otherwise stated in the product name. If you wish to pot yours up we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.</p>