Who would’ve thought that an apple could cause such heartache? In the hamlet between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness lies a particular apple tree, well known to locals, that has made its home on the beach.
"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
A beautiful spring flowering shrub with long racemes of very large white flowers often 5cm or more across. Makes a large bush.
The arching stems of this May flowering shrub bear masses of large white flowers covering the whole plant. Height 5ft in 20 years. Any soil type. Avoid heavy shade.
A lovely and not often offered form that produces masses of white flowers during early summer. Performs better in chalkier soils than most of its other cousins
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