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Wednesday, 21/12/2016

Provenance matters when it comes to food. At Botanica, we believe that provenance is just as important for plants. If a plant says it is UK grown it is not the same as having UK provenance.


"Many thanks for the delivetry of our plant - a very nice specimen in perfect condition. We are so please with it, we shall be ordering another one today.."
Thank you.
M Brown


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Abelia Chinensis


A small deciduous shrub bearing a multitude of fragrant white trumpet shaped flowers.


A lovely small semi-evergreen shrub with glossy green leaves. A wonderful sight in summer when it is covered in Lilac-pink flowers. Bred in America.


An evergreen shrub in sheltered areas, this Abelia produces fantastic and abundant bright red tubular flowers up to 5cm long in June.

Abelia grandiflora

£73.50  -  £78.50

Flowering often from late summer until early winter this has to be a plant for value for money, pink flowers with a white tinge and attractive glossy green foliage.


A wonderful small shrub within a superb array of plant gems, quite narrow leaves margined with white

Abelia grandiflora Francis Mason

£11.25  -  £78.00

This variegated form of Abelia was first raised as a sport in New Zealand in the 1950's. It needs a sunny spot to make the most of the variegation.

Abelia grandiflora Hopleys


A recent form with golden variegated foliage and with a pink hue in autumn. Originating as a sport of A. Francis Mason from Hopeley's Nursery in 1992


A charming form of Abelia grandiflora growing only between one and a half and 2foot high but spreading over a good area and like its parent flowering in late summer and autumn with delightful small white tinted pink slightly fragrant flowers over glossy green foliage

Abelia parvifolia (A. schumannii)

£12.50  -  £56.00

A very hardy small shrub which provides much joy from mid summer to autumn when it is covered in lilac-pink, sometimes blotched orange, slightly fragrant flowers.

Abelia triflora


Should be grown more often, for its scent alone makes this worth a place in any garden, white flowers tinged pink in June, easy to grow.


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