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Grevillea johnsonii – Johnson’s Grevillea – Grevillea for sale online

Grevillea-johnsonii---Johnson's-Grevillea---Grevillea-for-sale-online

Grevillea johnsonii is a very attractive and highly desirable shrubby evergreen hailing for New South Wales in Australia. It grows from 2- 4.5m in its native habitat, though far less in our temperate climate were it must be planted in … Continue reading

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Callistemon citrinus ‘Splendens’ – Red Bottlebrush for sale UK

Callistemon citrinus ‘Splendens’ – Red Bottlebrush for sale UK

Callistemon are evergreen shrubs with aromatic, linear to lance-shaped leaves and bottlebrush-like spikes of flowers with long colourful and very prominent stamens. Callistemon citrinus ‘Splendens’ ‘is a rather lax medium-sized evergreen shrub with slender arching branches giving the whole shrub … Continue reading

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Callistemon rigidus – Stiff Bottlebrush for sale online in the UK

Callistemon rigidus Stiff Bottlebrush Callistemon for sale online in the UK

Callistemon rigidus is native to New South Wales in Australian where it grows from 2-3m tall with a stiff erect habit. Callistemon are evergreen shrubs in general, with very aromatic, linear to lance-shaped leaves, especially when crushed. It is a … Continue reading

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Schefflera arboricola ‘Variegata’ – Buy the Variegated Umbrella Plant

Buy Schefflera arboricola Variegata online - Variegated Umbrella Plant for sale in the UK

Hailing form Taiwan in Asia, this well-known houseplant is shamelessly tender, but who cares, it makes a smashing plant for an airy well lit corner of your living room or in a conservatory in dappled shade, where it will impart … Continue reading

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Ficus carica – Fig Tree | Buy Fig trees online in the UK

Ficus carica Fig Tree

Ficus carica – the common Fig Tree is an excellent plant for the exotic garden in shape and foliage giving the whole plant a very architectural appeal. It is a deciduous spreading shrub or small tree that is easy to … Continue reading

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Grevillea ‘Mt Tamboritha’ – Wooly Grevillea – Buy Grevillea in the UK

Grevillea Mt Tamboritha Wooly Grevillea

A rather delightful dwarf, many-branched shrub growing to about 60cm x 60cm which can sometimes be mat-forming with age. It has narrow hairy, mid-green to greyish green leaves 1-3cm long with the edges rolled under. Grevillea ‘Mt Tamboritha’ has beautiful … Continue reading

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Elaeagnus x ebbingei – Elaeagnus for sale in the UK

Buy Elaeagnus x ebbingei Elaeagnus online an for sale in the UK

It is a popular plant and deservedly so as it a fast growing and very reliable shrub. Being evergreen it has year round appeal and is often used as hedging, especially in windy coastal areas where it makes a good … Continue reading

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Callistemon viminalis ‘Captain Cook’ Bottlebrush – Buy Online

Buy Callistemon viminalis Captain Cook Bottlebrush online

Callistemon viminalis ‘Captain Cook’ Bottlebrush – There are about twenty species in the genus Callistemon, all woody evergreen shrubs ranging from 50cm to 4m tall with spectacular flowers that are pollinated by birds in the wild. Until recently considered half-hardy … Continue reading

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Olea europaea – Buy Olive trees online

Olea europea - Buy Olive Trees Online

Olea europaea – A tree that many gardeners like to grow even if it doesn’t fruit, because they are so redolent of the Mediterranean. They need the protection of a south or west facing wall or warm microclimate in a … Continue reading

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Fatsia japonica – False castor-oil plant, Japanese aralia

Fatsia japonica – False castor-oil plant, Japanese aralia

Fatsia japonica is a native to coastal woodland areas of Japan and South Korea and was first introduced into the British Isles in the early part of the 19th century. The common name refers to its resemblance to the true … Continue reading

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