"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
Bright golden yellow small leaves. An attractive contrast to many other hedge plants. An easy to grow low hedge.
Makes a low growing and spreading shrub with gently arching branches and large fragrant pink flowers. Grows to no more than 4 or 5ft. Originates
Though long cultivated in this country since the 1600's it still remains virtually unheard of. Produces attractive small honeysucke type yellow flowers in early summer
Stunningly beautuful soft pink white flowers bedeck the naked branches in late winter. The leaves when they emerge are an attractive dark purple.
The cream coloured highly fragrant flowers appear in late winter often filling the air with its scent. Easy to grow in most situations. Very cheering on a cold winter's day.
An easy strong growing shrub that has masses of yellow flowerswith a bright red bract that persists alongside the shiny black berries that follow - most eye-catching.
Slightly different than the species with a markedly more orange corolla and leaves more hairy. Possibly encountered more often as well.
A very interesting and unusual plant from the mountaineous regions of Afghanistan and Himalayas.
The well known and tried evergreen shrub used for countless low hedges. Often called 'Poor Mans Box'
Dense and fast-growing shrub with box like foliage. Popular for dwarf formal hedges. Tolerant of a wide range of conditions. The plant we grow performs better as a hedge than Lonicera nitida.
Makes a very attractive low growing shrub with evergreenyellow-green variegated foliage. Adaptable to a wide range of conditions
Makes a very attractive low growing shrub with evergreenyellow-green variegated foliage.Adaptable to a wide range of conditions
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