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Skimmia x confusa 'Kew Green'
A hardy male evergreen shrub with shiny mid-green leaves. Fragrant creamy white flowers in spring. Height 1m, spread 1m. Flower colour white, flowers from April to May. Foliage colour green. It is recommended to prune off flowers once they have run t...
Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem'
A feathery leaved deciduous hardy shrub that produces choice salmon pink new growth in spring fading to green in summer then turning oranges and reds in the Autumn. In summer still upright panicles of white flowers are produced. Has dense growth maki...
Sorbus 'Autumn Spire'
An excellent, small, columnar shaped, deciduous rowan tree. It's a fastigiate clone of 'Joseph Rock'. Green, fern-like leaves turn a stunning reddish-yellow in autumn. White flowers in May are followed by clusters of bright yellow-orange berries with...
Sorbus commixta 'Olympic Flame'
Sorbus commixta 'Olympic Flame'Common Names: Olympic Flame Rowan Tree...
Stauntonia hexaphylla is a choice, hardy climber that should be more widely known. It is reliably evergreen, has wonderful nodding bell shaped white, tinged with violet, flowers. The flowers are produced during early to mid summer and are sweetly per...
Fragrant Snowbell. A graceful spreading tree with rounded green leaves, turning yellow in autumn. Pretty racemes of bell-shaped, fragrant white flowers from early to mid-summer. Height 12m. Spread 7m. Flower colour White. Flowers from June to July. D...
Syringa 'So Big Pur'
Syringa 'So Big Pur'Common Names: Syringa 'So Big Pur'...
Tamarix ramosissima 'Hulsdonk White'
Tamarisk are well known shrubs tolerant of extreme coastal conditions. 'Hulsdonk White' produces masses of fluffy white flowers all along the stems during summer. A great plant for exposed or windy gardens where it can be pruned hard each year to sha...
Tamarix ramosissima 'Rubra'
Tamarisk are well known shrubs tolerant of extreme coastal conditions, ‘Rubra’ as its name suggests has dark pinkish red fluffy flowers which are produced in profusion along the stems during the summer. A great plant for exposed or windy sites wh...
Tetrapanax papyrifer 'Rex'
Rice Paper Plant
Tetrapanax papyrifer 'Rex' is undoubtedly one of the most architectural, hardy, exotic plants possible to grow here in the U.K. With perhaps the largest leaves of any other woody plant grown here "Rex' certainly makes it's presence felt in the garden...
Thuja plicata 'Little Boy'
lovely dwarf conifer with oval growth, reaching just 1 metre high. Yellow green growth in spring, summer, changing to a warm orange-bronze in winter. Slow growing, compact and neat growing, makes a striking small specimen or looks great planted i...
Thuja plicata 4Ever Goldy
This new variety of Western Red Cedar was a natural mutation discovered back in 2002. It has stunning bright gold foliage which turns fabulous shades of orange and gold in autumn. You should plant this in full sun to really appreciate the colour but ...
Trachelospermum jasminoides, evergreen Jasmine is simply the best hardy, evergreen climber you can own. Masses of mid/dark green, glossy leaves are held upon twining stems which in mid summer are followed by loads of tiny jasmine-like flowers that sm...
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...
Dwarf Chusan Palm
A compact species of our well known Chusan palm. 'Waggies' differ by having much smaller and compact leaves that are stiffer and more wind tolerant.They are just as hardy as their well known cousins and offer an interesting alternative as an upright...
Blue Needle Palm
Trithrinax campestris, the Blue Needle Palm, is an awesome palm from Argentina which produces incredibly stiff, blue-grey leaves atop a stout, spiky bleached trunk, making this one of the most impressive palms we are able to grow in the U.K. We have...
Viburnum 'Le Bois Marquis'
A stunning French cross between Viburnum awabuki and Virburnum Winton. Has abundant panicles of white, fragrant flowers in May/June followed by red berries. Arguably, however, the most striking feature of this plant is its its colour change in au...
A cross dating to 1955 between V. rhytidophyllum and V. utile, from Prague Municipal Gardens. Has beautiful large heads of pink buds opening to pink white flowerheads, gently fragrant up to 10cm across. Evergreen, waxy, dark green, deeply veined le...
Viburnum bodnantense 'Charles Lamont'
A sister seedling to Viburnum bodnantense 'Dawn', differing in that the white and pink flowers are slightly larger than 'Dawn', with yellow anthers. The deciduous leaves are also slightly larger. The flowers are still intensely fragrant, and pres...
Viburnum burkwoodii 'Anne Russell'
This semi evergreen variety of burkwoodii has wonderful large rounded heads of white fragrant flowers emerging from pink buds in March-April. Plant next to a path where the highly fragrant flowers can be fully appreciated. A bushy medium sized shrub ...
The David Viburnum. A useful small evergreen shrub. Plant in the middle of your border as a foil for your summer herbaceous flowers. In it's own right it has a compact, domed habit with dark green, leathery leaves with conspicous deep veins. Clusters...
Viburnum dentatum 'Blue Muffin'
So named because of the wonderful, bright blue berries in late summer that follow the white clusters of flowers in May-June. This deciduous cultivar is a fast grower with a good, dense habit so as well as a specimen plant can also be used for hedgi...
Viburnum hillieri 'Winton'
Originated from Hillier's nurseries in the 1950's, this popular, larger variety of viburnum is semi-evergreen and will reach 3 metres high. Larger specimens are often evergreen in sheltered positions. Winton is covered in fragrant, creamy white f...
Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'
A particularly lovely shrub with abundant, most attractive flowers from May. The round heads are made up of masses of trumpet shaped flowers, lime green in bud turning cream then pure white as they open. Leaves are toothed and bright green, turning...