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Actinidia deliciosa 'Boskoop'
Kiwi 'Boskoop' is a self-fertile kiwifruit, meaning that only one plant is needed to produce fruit. The kiwifruit is a deciduous climbing plant, which produces large round leaves covered in tiny light brown hairs. The white flowers are produced in la...
Actinidia deliciosa 'Jenny'
Actinidia deliciosa 'Jenny' is a self-fertile kiwifruit, meaning that only one plant is needed to produce fruit. The kiwifruit is a deciduous climbing plant, which produces large round leaves covered in tiny light brown hairs. The white flowers are p...
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 ...
Agave americana 'Mediopicta Alba'
A stunning and particularly rare Agave. It does not grow as large as the species but more than makes up for this in character. It is immediately recognisable due to the longitudinal stripes down the centre of each leaf. Best placed in a sunny posit...
Agave americana 'Variegata'
An evergreen succulent with basal rosettes of spreading, lance-shaped, spine-tipped and spine-margined, grey-green leaves with creamy yellow edges Clusters of yellowish green flowers. Height 2m. Spread 3m.Flowers from June to July Sheltered site with...
Agave franzosinii (Agave beauleriana) is a very large, striking agave with glaucous, light grey-blue leaves which curve at the top gracefully. Unknown origin, most probably a form or hybrid of Agave americana, being similar but much more blue than ...
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...
Agave macroacantha, the Black-spined Agave is an excellent plant for full sun to light shade. Ideal for smaller gardens or patios. Small to medium sized agave with dusky blue-grey to green leaves with a straight margin and dark brown teeth. Grow in a...
'Mountain Agave' from high altitude forests of Mexico, this is one of the hardiest varieties, suitable for planting out in milder parts of the country such as coastal gardens, will survive the winter in well drained dry conditions. Montana has ma...
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...
Agave parryi ssp. neomexicana
One of the hardier Agaves from the mountains of New Mexico and Texas, reaching up to 50cm across and hardy to -10c however only in very well drained, dry conditions or best kept in a pot with a soil based/grit mix. Forms an attractive rosette of po...
Akebia quinata, the Chocolate Vine, is a beautiful semi-evergreen climber. Attractive dark green leaves with a blue-green underside, purple tinged in winter. 'Chocolate fragrant' racemes of purple flowers which after a good summer can be followed by ...
A fantastic Aloe, which has proven to be hardy down to -8/-10 degrees Centigrade; it grows fairly quickly into a multi-stemmed plant around 1 metre in height and spread. Site in a sunny position in well-drained soil (or pot) to ensure good growth and...
Arundo donax var. versicolor
Variegated Giant Reed
Arundo donax 'versicolor' is a evergreen plant that is very robust with his strong stems that reaches 2m high. It has bearing strap-shaped leaves that are striped with white and green colours. Feathery panicles of small, purplish flowers may appear ...
Astelia 'Silver Shadow'
Astelia 'Silver Shadow' Position: full sun or partial shade Soil: moist, fertile, peaty soil Rate of growth: average Flowering period: April to May Hardiness: half hardy (will need winter protection) Common Names: silver spear ...
Mexican Blue Palm
Brahea armata, the Mexican Blue Palm originates from Mexico (surprise, surprise!) and is a beautiful, slow growing palm with large blue-grey leaves. It can withstand heavy frosts once established but is best planted in full sun and very well-drained ...
Brahea edulis is a superb fresh looking, fast growing fan palm with large, shiny fan shaped leaves, which grows in high altitudes on the Guadalupe Island, Mexico, becoming rare partly due to young plants being a chosen food of goats! Can be grown i...
Cautleya spicata 'Robusta'
Cautleya spicata 'Robusta' is one of our favourite hardy gingers, this Cautleya only grows to around 1m high producing masses of dark green jungly leaves against burgundy red stems, it the garden it rapidly forms small elegant clumps with multi stems...
Chamaerops humilis, the Mediterranean Fan Palm, is the only truly European palm and one of our most popular due to its remarkable ability to withstand most situations. Its robust nature makes it a good palm for coastal conditions and windy sites and ...
Chamaerops humilis 'Vulcano'
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...
Citrus Medica Digitata
Commonly called 'Buddha's Hand' due to the unique fruit which separates as it ripens in to finger-like projections. Once ripe the zest can be used in drinks or cooking. The fruits can be used for jam/marmalade making or sliced in to salads. As with m...
Blood Orange. An extremely delicious citrus fruit with gorgeous red orange flesh. Evergreen shrub. Can be placed on a sunny patio for the summer, but will need the protection of a conservatory or greenhouse in winter. Feed and water regularly in su...
Citrus aurantifolia x fortunella
Evergreen shrub. An unusual cross between a lime, lemon and kumquat. Can be placed on a sunny patio for the summer, but will need the protection of a conservatory or greenhouse in winter. Feed and water regularly in summer. Less water in winter. Re...