So we arrive in the middle of July, another magnificent month which sees plants and animals of all shape and size come into their own. This month, itís time to settle down and enjoy the garden, and admire all of the wildlife that comes with it.
"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
If you are looking for a Ceanothus to grow into a small tree then this is the one, stunningly beautiful when in spring the deep blue slightly scented flowers cover the branches. Originated at Trewithien Gardens in Cornwall.
A dense and bushy form of Californian Lilac, this popular plant has dark green glossy leaves. It produces dense clusters of bright blue flowers in early summer and again in early autumn. A very useful garden shrub.
A medium sized evergreen ceanothus with gently sweeping arched branches laden when in flower with intense purple blue honey scented flowers. Received an Award of Merit in 2002. Like most ceanothus not happy in dry shallow chalk soils.