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Shrubs give form and structure to a garden and can provide the foil for other more colourful planting. They can be use to great effect to provide shelter in the garden from prevailing winds. They are also invaluable for providing shelter and nesting sites for birds, habitat for insects and cover for mammals such as hedgehogs. If you want to attract wildlife to your garden shrubs are essential. 

Planting shrubs requires a bit of thought, bear in mind the eventual height and spread (some of the are small trees!) and try to choose plants which can be allowed to grow to maturity without the need to cut them back with the resulting loss of wildlife habitat.

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Diervilla rivularis 'Honeybee'

Diervilla rivularis 'Honeybee'£6.50

Bush Honeysuckle

A handsome shrub with striking yellow foliage and yellow flowers from may-June which are a big draw for pollinators. A good shrub for a container and well suited to growing in a container.


Diervilla sessilifolia 'Butterfly'£8.50

A suckering deciduous shrub of modest size, very attractive to bees and butterflies with its small yellow/pink flowers in mid- late summer. Ideal in a wilder part of the garden where it can spread.

Euonymus alatus 'Compactus'

Euonymus alatus 'Compactus'£6.50

Winged Spindle Tree

A dwarfer form of our native Spindle, forming a low growing deciduous shrub, with brilliant red autumn colour and atractive stems in winter. Ideal for smaller gardens.

Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'

Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'£7.50

Versatile, evergreen shrub with green leaves with a white margin and a pink tinge in winter. The long stems can be allowed to trail over a low wall or up as a climber. Can also be kept trimmed and bushy and used in pots. Any soil in sun/shade.

Ficus carica 'Ice Crystal'

Ficus carica 'Ice Crystal'£12.50

A striking Fig with attractive deeply cut, snowflake-shaped leaves. Small fruits appear in late summer but mainly grown for its foliage.

Forsythia intermedia 'Goldrausch'

Forsythia intermedia 'Goldrausch'£8.50

Large, spring flowering shrub with masses of bright yellow flowers from March to April. Goldrausch has larger flowers than other varieties.

Fuchsia   'Grayrigg'

Fuchsia 'Grayrigg'£8.00

A compact, free-flowering, bushy, hardy variety with pale pink flowers over a long period. Moisture retentive soil in part-shade. Would make a nice low hedge, in part shade.

Fuchsia 'Mrs Popple'

Fuchsia 'Mrs Popple'£7.00

This deservedly popular hardy Fuchsia makes a compact, upright shrub with single flowers with pinky red petals surrounding a dusky purple corolla. Makes and excellent hedge. Any well drained soil in sun to part shade.

Gaultheria procumbens 'Very Berry'

Gaultheria procumbens 'Very Berry'£6.00

Checkerberry, Winterberry

An evergreen, creeping shrub sporting red berries through the winter. Makes ideal groundcover in woodland or shady borders in acid soil.

Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo biloba£7.50

Maidenhair Tree

A beautiful and ancient tree from China with fan shaped apple-green leaves which turn a brilliant yellow in autumn. Eventually makes a very large tree but can be grown as a multi-stemmed shrub if space is limited. Hardy and tough, tolerating heavy pollution and exposed positions.

Hebe  'Boughton Dome'

Hebe 'Boughton Dome'£6.50

A dwarf Hebe with fine, conifer-like green foliage. Forms a dense, evergreen mound. Good planted in containers with seasonal flowering plants or on a rock garden.

Hebe  'Red Edge'

Hebe 'Red Edge'£6.50

A neat little evergreen shrub with grey-green leaves, edged with red when young (hence the name.) Lilac-blue to white flowers in summer through into the winter. Trim after flowering to keep bushy. Sun and well drained soil.

Hedera helix 'Spetchley'

Hedera helix 'Spetchley'£6.00

A slow-growing cultivar, with small triangular dark green leaves. Even old plants keep this habit - unlike many other Ivies which tend to revert. Grow in a shallow pot, on a rockery or up low walls.

Hydrangea  paniculata 'Wim's Red'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Wim's Red'£7.00

A recent introduction, as with other paniculatas the pointed panicle of flowers come out white, then turns pink but in this variety the colour deepens further to a dusky red by the late summer.

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'£8.50

Large bushy shrub with spectacularly huge pompoms of white flowers in summer which age to lime-green.

Hydrangea arborescens 'Visitation'

Hydrangea arborescens 'Visitation'£6.50

In comparison to the similar 'Annabelle' this is a sturdier rounded shrub with smaller white flower heads which are less likely to flop in rain. Good soil in sun to part shade.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'All Summer Beauty'

Hydrangea macrophylla 'All Summer Beauty'£9.50

A compact variety which is ideal for growing in pots and has the added bonus of flowering on new as well as the previous years growth. Pink flowers June-August on most soils but blue on acid soil.

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Hamburg'

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Hamburg'£9.50

A mophead variety with very large flower heads - deep pink on alkaline soil, blue on acid. A fairly compact plant, so good for tubs.

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