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Shrubs

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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Hydrangea ‘Miss Saori’£17.50

A recent cultivar from Japan, noted for its dense mopheads of double pink flowers, with each sepal edged distinctively with red. Compact, so is ideal for a pot.

 
Ilex aquifolium 'Ingramii'

Ilex aquifolium 'Ingramii'£7.00

Holly

This stands out from the usual English Holly with its variegated, pink-flushed new leaves. A slow growing evergreen shrub which provides year round interest. Grow in well drained soil in sun or part shade.

 
Itea  virginica 'Henry's Garnet'

Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'£8.50

Virginia Sweetspire

An arching deciduous shrub bearing racemes of scented white flowers in mid-summer. In the autumn its leaves take on rich red colour before falling. .

 
Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote'

Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote'£5.00

Lavender

Popular cultivar with aromatic, silvery-grey leaves and spikes of deep purple flowers in summer. Ideal for a hot sunny spot

 
Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'£5.00  -  £20.00

Lavender

Compact cultivar with aromatic, silvery-grey leaves and spikes of purple-blue flowers in summer. Ideal for a hot sunny spot. Grows to about 45cm

 
Leptospermum 'Karo Pearl Star '

Leptospermum 'Karo Pearl Star '£6.50

Tea Tree

Hardy in most British gardens in well-drained soil and sun, this evergreen shrub is smothered with small green-centred shell pink flowers in spring and summer.

 
Leptospermum 'Red Damask'

Leptospermum 'Red Damask'£6.50

Tea Tree

Evergreen shrub with fragrant leaves and masses of small, double, deep-red flowers in spring and early summer. An interesting cut flower.

 
Leptospermum scoparium 'Coral Candy'

Leptospermum scoparium 'Coral Candy'£6.50

A very pretty cultivar with grey green foliage and masses of double pink flowers in spring. For well-drained soil in a sunny spot, hardy in all but coldest gardens in the British Isles.

 
Leptospermum scoparium 'Electric Red'

Leptospermum scoparium 'Electric Red'£6.50

This cultivar has deep green foliage with a purple tinge, which intensifies in the winter. During the spring, and again in aurumn, it has masses of single deep red flowers. For well-drained soil in sunny sheltered spot.

 
Leptospermum scoparium 'Martinii'

Leptospermum scoparium 'Martinii'£6.50

New Zealand Tea Tree

Evergreen shrub from New Zealand with aromatic leaves and masses of saucer shaped pink flowers in early-mid summer. Needs a sheltered garden

 
Lonicera elisae

Lonicera elisae£6.50

Syn. Lonicera infundibulum var. rockii. A medium size deciduous shrub, bearing small tubular pink flushed white flowers which hang from the bare branches in early spring.

 
Mitraria coccinea 'Clark's Form'

Mitraria coccinea 'Clark's Form'£6.50

Mitre flower

(Or 'Lago Puyehue'?) A larger flowered form of this half hardy, semi trailing evergreen shrub. In late spring and early summer it produces long orange-red tubular flowers.

 
Neillia thibetica

Neillia thibetica£7.00

Related to the more familiar Physocarpus, this accommodating deciduous shrub should be more widely grown. Makes a gently suckering clump, attractive even when not in flower, of upright to slightly arching red coloured stems. Graceful racemes of pink flowers in early summer. Sun/ part shade in well drained soil

 
Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Variegatus'

Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Variegatus'£6.50

Holly Olive, False Holly

Slow growing evergreen shrub with Holly-like leaves which are green with cream marbling.

 
Osmanthus x burkwoodii

Osmanthus x burkwoodii£7.00

A slow growing rounded evergreen shrub. Clusters of small highly scented white flowers in spring. A very hardy & tolerant plant for sun to part shade.

 
Pachysandra terminalis 'Variegata'

Pachysandra terminalis 'Variegata'£6.00

This evergreen, ground covering plant is ideal for supressing weeds in large or difficult to cultivate areas. Variegated leaves add more interest. Any soil except waterlogged in sun or shade

 
Phillyrea angustifolia

Phillyrea angustifolia£7.50

Green Olive

An evergreen tree related to, and similar in growth habit to, the Olive but with green leaves.

 
Photinia x fraseri 'Little Red Robin'

Photinia x fraseri 'Little Red Robin'£6.50

A dwarf form of 'Red Robin' with better foliage colour. Trim occasionally to promote new growth for the reddest leaves. White flowers in spring. Ideal for small gardens. Grow in moist, well drained, neutral to acid soil in sun to part shade.

 
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