For years, Hawthorn berries have been used to support the recovery of a range of illnesses and this time of year, they are very common to see within Suffolk hedgerows. So, what can you do with these small, scarlet berries
"Many thanks for the delivery 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
From Morocco this absolutely wonderful shrub is quite hardy, silky grey silver large leaves are the backdrop in July for show-stopping stems of pineapple scented bright yellow flowers in large cone shaped clusters.
A well named form of this well known and exotic looking shrub. Raised by the famous Hillier nurseries back in the 1970's Extra long golden yellow flowering racemes along with the delicious scent of pineapple.
This medium shrub (2.5m in 20 years) will delight with its red and yellow flowers in April, and incredible sweet smell. Prefers full sun and free draining soil, but will tolerate partial shade. Water until established.