Agaves & Arids
Bananas, Gingers & Aroids
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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 ...
One of the most attractive and bizarre of the agaves. It forms a rosette of grey-green leaves formidably armed with papery teeth. Tolerates some frost but best grown in a container and given protection over winter. Grow in well drained soil in full s...
Hardy Aloe Vera
A fantastic Aloe closely related to Aloe vera which is proven to be hardy down to at least -10 degrees centigrade. Aloe striatula grows fairly quickly into an architectural multi-stemmed specimen around 1 metre in height and spread. Site in a sunny p...
Amicia zygomeris is another rare treat which we're delighted to be able to offer for sale. Amicia is a wonderfully architectural tall growing perennial reaching up to 2m in height, this is a must-have addition to any exotic garden and will tolerate...
Mediterranean Fan Palm
Second only to Trachycarpus fortunei, Chamaerops are a spectacular and hugely versatile hardy palm for British Gardens. Often known as the Mediterranean Fan Palm, we simply call them Chamaerops - less of a mouthful and for most, easier to spell! ...
Chamaerops humilis 'Compacta'
Mediterranean Fan Palm
This Chamaerops palm is a recent introduction from a spectacular palm grower in Italy. It is a superb selection of the well known form Chamaerops humilis 'Volcano', differing from 'Volcano' by consistently growing very compact, dense and uniform le...
Chamaerops humilis 'Vulcano'
Dwarf Mediterranean Palm
Chamaerops humilis 'Vulcano' was discovered growing on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily and is remarkable for it's tight compact habit and really tough rounded leaves creating wonderfully architectural roseates of foliage. Closely related to regula...
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...
Cytisus battandieri 'Yellow Tail'
During June-July you’ll be delighted by a stunning display of intense, bright-yellow, pea-like flowers which stand upright above the silky foliage; their fragrance is sensational. The sweet, heady pineapple scent brings a wonderful sense of the exo...
Euonymus phellomanus Common Names: spindle tree ...
Forsythia intermedia 'Lynwood Variety'
Forsythia intermedia 'Lynwood Variety' will pack a punch during early spring with a spectacular show of rich yellow flowers which adorn the naked stems. As with most Forsythia, this is a busy medium-large shrub and after the bold display of flowers...
Hedychium forrestii is beautiful jungly hardy ginger with large showy leaves topped in late summer by white open flower clusters. Forests ginger has a sweet delicate fragrance to the flowers which often have pale pink to yellow bases to the stamens a...
Hedychium gardnerianum, the Kahili Ginger is one of the most reliable and best known gingers in cultivation for good reason, it has wonderful large deeply fragrant flowers which are held on stout stems clothed in chunky, dark green foliage. The flowe...
Hedychium wardiii is really beautiful hardy ginger with large wonderfully fragrant bright yellow flowers unlike other gingers. Reaching up to 1.5 metres high this ginger is proving remarkably hardy and easy to grow rapidly forming clumps of arching s...
Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'
An upright flowering shrub reaching up to 1.5 metres, being covered in limey white, large cone shaped flowers throughout the summer and into the autumn. The flowers open up lime green fading to white giving a bright but gentle glow of colour, again...
Masses of tulip-shaped, rich yellow flowers adorn this beautiful, upright Magnolia. These lemon-scented blooms give s a spectacular display during March-April, followed by elliptic dark green leaves. A deciduous small tree or a large shrub with an...
Magnolia X Brooklynensis 'Yellow Bird'
Magnolia X Brooklynensis 'Yellow Bird' A wonderful new variety of Magnolia from China. Forms a beautiful specimen after many years, this is one of the few yellow flowered Magnolias. It will appreciate a free draining, slightly acidic soil where i...
Magnolia acuminata 'Blue Opal'
Magnolia ccuminata 'Blue Opal' is an unusual and beautiful variety taking its name from the striking blue buds which are abundant in late spring or early summer. These are followed by large green-yellow flowers during May. Large mid-dark green l...
Mahonia confusa 'Narihira'
Narihira is a stunning variety of Mahonia with clusters of yellow flower spikes in late summer followed by blue/ black berries. The evergreen narrow leaves are soft to touch and hold their lush green appearance thrugh the winter. Grow in full shade/ ...
Trachycarpus fortunei, the Chusan Palm or Windmill Palm, is the best hardy palm that you can own. Robert Fortune discovered the Chusan Palm in the middle of the nineteenth century and it has been growing strongly in the UK since then. Happy in all bu...
Viburnum lantana 'Mohican'
A seedling selection from a plant in Poland by Donald Egolf in 1952. Creamy, white, prolific flowers are followed by berries turning red, then black, giving further autumn interest. Mohican has a wonderful dense habit and the original plant was 9 fee...