Conservatory and Sunroom

We probably use the term Conservatory Plants a bit too freely – after all, plants were around long before conservatories, and with a bit of ingenuity, it is amazing the number of ‘conservatory’ plants you can grow - without a conservatory! A sun-lounge, porch or gently heated greenhouse will be appreciated by many medium-sized plants and some smaller plants can be accommodated on a windowsill. Plants in this category are generally regarded as best grown permanently indoors, due to their size, habit, flowering or tenderness. Wherever possible plants will appreciate a spell outdoors in summer. 

We only show you the plants we hope to have for sale in 2024, if not available now they will progressively become so through the spring.

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Abutilon  'Nabob'
Abutilon 'Nabob'
£7.00
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Flowering Maple

A beautiful, half hardy shrub with deep red bell-shaped flowers for most of the year. The true form.

Abutilon 'Leila Jackson'
Abutilon 'Leila Jackson'
£6.50
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Flowering Maple

A beautiful cultivar with generous quantities of large yellow flowers over a very long period from summer to autumn. For warm sunny borders, in pots, or greenhouse in cold gardens.

Abutilon 'Pink Charm'
Abutilon 'Pink Charm'
£7.50
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A medium sized megapotanicum hybrid with beautiful pink flowers produced all summer. OK in a sheltered sunny position, otherwise grow in a pot.

Abutilon hybridum maximum
Abutilon hybridum maximum
£6.50
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Indian Mallow

A free flowering plant with large flowers in a mixture of couours. Lucky dip!

Adiantum hispidulum 'Bronze Venus'
Adiantum hispidulum 'Bronze Venus'
£8.50
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Rosy Maidenhair Fern

A very pretty fern, the new fronds emerge a bronze red. For a shady spot in humus-rich soil in warm garden.

Adiantum raddianum 'Fragrans'
Adiantum raddianum 'Fragrans'
£8.50
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Delta Maidenhair Fern

A very dainty fern for a cool shady spot indoors, and a humid atmosphere.

Adromischus cooperi
Adromischus cooperi
£8.50
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A popular succulent on account of the attractive markings on its fleshy leaves. A neat little plant for a sunny window sill.

Aeonium  'Zwartkop'
Aeonium 'Zwartkop'
£6.50
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A shrubby succulent with rosettes very dark purple, almost black leaves. An excellent plant for a sunny conservatory by patio doors or as a specimen for the summer patio. This plant can get top heavy so grow it in a heavy terracotta pot. Colouration is best in full sun. Water very sparingly especially in winter

Aeonium  leucoblepharum (leuconeura)
Aeonium leucoblepharum (leuconeura)
£6.50
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A variable East African species, our form appears to be low growing, the leaves having a central purple stripe. We may know more as we grow it.

Aeonium 'Blushing Beauty'
£6.50
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This beautiful cultivar has a well-branched habit with multiple rosettes which are green in the centre, the outer leaves turn a deep reddish purple. Well-drained compost and sun.

 

Aeonium decorum f. variegata
Aeonium decorum f. variegata
£6.50
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A very colourful form of a species from La Gomera, Canary Islands, branching freely to make a large impressive plant.

Aeonium simsii - variegated
Aeonium simsii - variegated
£6.50
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A low growing branching succulent with soft pale green leaves edged with white, lovely in a shallow bowl.

Aeonium ‘Plum Thumb’
Aeonium ‘Plum Thumb’
£6.50
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A compact plant branching to form clusters of rosettes which change from green to purple in summer.

Agapanthus seedlings from large flowered hybrids
£7.00
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Agapanthus

Seedlings from large flowered (blue or white) hybrids, likely to be not totally hardy.

Aloe brevifolia
£6.50
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Short Leaved Aloe

Attractive succulent forming geometric mounds of tight rosettes of short softly spined leaves. Spikes of orange flowers in summer. Reasonably winter hardy if kept dry.

Aloe cooperi
Aloe cooperi
£7.50
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Cooper's aloe, iPutumane

This species one of the 'grass' Aloes, has narrow spotted leaves held in fan shaped clumps which divide at the base. Red flowers should appear on 2 ft. stems.

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