Agaves & Arids
Bananas, Gingers & Aroids
Cloud Pruned, Bonsai & Niwaki Trees
Gifts for Gardeners
Grasses & Grass Like
Half, Quarter & Full Standards
Hardy Palm Trees
Hedging & Screening
Pleached & Espalier Screening
Tree Ferns & Ferns
Architectural & Colonial Gardens
Patio & Courtyard Gardens
Screening or Lose Your Neighbour
Small Town Garden
Fargesia 'Jiuzhaigou 1'
Fargesia robusta 'Campbell'
Fargesia nitida 'Black Pearl'
Ginkgo biloba 'Troll'
Phyllostachys bambusoides 'Holochrysa'
Phyllostachys nigra 'Henonis'
Phyllostachys aurea 'Koi'
Nandina domestica 'Woods Dwarf'
Acacia pravissima is a completely whacky and remarkable member of the Mimosaceae family. One can expect a breath-taking abundance of bright yellow flowers in the form of tiny pom-poms. These flowers usually form during late summer and sit on the ...
Agave Americana is a beautiful slow-growing structural plant with blue-green fleshy leaves tipped with a sharp point. Will need some protection from frost when young but in well drained soil and a sunny position it will withstand cold temperatures ...
Rarely offered on the market this Agave has an unusual form due to the tightly held leaves. It occurs at elevations up to 8000ft so should tolerate dry cold to at least -6C. It has great symmetry making it a wonderful specimen for pot culture Positio...
Chamaerops humilis cerifera
Blue Mediterranean Palm
This super blue Chamaerops, Chamaerops humilis 'Cerifera' is every bit as tough as its cousin but tends to be slightly smaller and slower growing. This palm was fairly recently introduced into the UK originally from the high Atlas mountains in Morocc...
Colocasia esculenta 'Kona Coffee'
Ornamental Black Leaf Taro
Colocasia esculenta 'Kona Coffee' is a beautiful new introduction from the plantsman Dr. John Cho in Hawaii with amazing heart shaped metallic looking purply-black brown leaves up to 40cm or more long. Said to be more compact than the species our sto...
Dasylirion serratifolium is amongst one of the most dramatic and architectural plants. Thin strap-like leaves are covered with tiny spines along both sides, with the mature plant reaching a round 1.5 metres in height and spread. Suitable for a very h...
Architectural arid plant which produces whorls of blue-green strap like leaves. Slow growing but can eventually reach 1.5m high on a short trunk. Tolerant of both wind and coastal condition but needs a free draining soil in a sunny position.Hardy to...
Eucalyptus gunnii 'Azura'
Eucalyptus gunnii 'Azura' is a new French variety, It's growth is approx 50% of it's species, and it is a more compact tree. It branches more extensively and benefits by being hardier. It also retains it juvenile foliage and it's glaucous, round leav...
Furcraea Longaeva Large, Yucca like plant with broad, long leaves which are smooth and soft to the touch. Eventually makes a large globe-shaped plant . When mature a 3-4m flower spike appears topped with white flowers which then develop into bulbils....
Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Collaig Silver'
Named after a sport found at Collaig Nursery in Scotland, this attractive variety has a lovely variegation of silvery white to the oval leaves. Eventual height 3 metres but can be pruned to keep it smaller if desired. Prefers a sunny position in well...
Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Oliver Twist'
A compact form of this bushy shrub with small, silvery, leaves with wavy margins, can be grown as a specimen or clipped for a hedge.The foliage has a loverly silvery sheen. Bell-shaped, honey-scented, black-red flowers. Height 4 m. Spread 2 m. Flower...
Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia reginae is a fabulously exotic plant with he most spectacular flowers which are often used in floristry. Otherwise known as 'Bird of Paradise', Strelitzia flowers from mid-winter through until spring with stunning orange flowers resembli...
Yucca rostrata is a upright architectural slow growing yucca eventually forming pale trunks topped with silver-grey narrow leaves up to 75 cm long.Yucca rostrata can ultimately grow to 2 or more metre high though in U.K gardens is generally smaller....