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Wednesday, 02/08/2017

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


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Fatshedera lizei

£11.25  -  £88.50

An excellent plant for difficult positions, tolerates shade and pollution, large attractive evergreen foliage a perfect background foil for other plants.


This variegated form of Fatshedera forms a small to medium sized evergreen shrub with large thick leaves with a central blotch of bright yellow-green. In autumn it has white ivy-like flowers. A great plant for colour, even in a shady spot.



An interesting hybrid of Fatsia and Hedera, the form Variegata has an attractive creamy white margin to the leaves. Particularly good plant for shady places.


This very compact variegated form of Tree Ivy is a cross like other Fatsias between the Japanese Fatsia and the Irish Ivy, (Hedera hibernica). Normally Fatshederas can be used as ground cover or grown as large wall shrubs, however this is the compact form, remains smallish, growing around 1m in five years


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