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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.

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Cyperus papyrus

Cyperus papyrus£6.50

Papyrus makes a wonderful specimen for a warm conservatory, stood in a shallow tray of water. It can be placed outdoor for the summer in a warm sunny sheltered location.

 
Dodonaea viscosa 'Purpurea'

Dodonaea viscosa 'Purpurea'£7.00

Evergreen shrub from New Zealand with very attractive red-purple foliage. For fertile, well drained soil in sun to part shade. Drought and pollution tolerant. Small flowers may be folowed by papery seed pods. Good for coastal and frost free gardens.

 
Drimiopsis maculata

Drimiopsis maculata£6.50

Little White Soldiers, African False Hosta

A curious little bulbous plant with fleshy, spotted, hosta-like leaves and spikles of small white flowers in April to May.

 
Echeveria  'Violet Queen'

Echeveria 'Violet Queen'£7.50

Tidy rosettes of blue leaves with a pinky violet tinge. Makes effective ground cover either in a summer bedding scheme, or in a conservatory.

 
Fuchsia  'Bryan Breary'

Fuchsia 'Bryan Breary'£6.50

An encliandra cultivar with small leaves and small flowers. Likes soil based compost and cool frost-free conditions with a moist atmosphere.

 
Gasteria  'Smokey'

Gasteria 'Smokey'£6.50

A beautiful little succulent producing fanned rosettes of chunky smokey grey-green leaves. Great for a sunny windowsill

 
Gasteria bicolor

Gasteria bicolor£6.50

Name uncertain, thsi may be a variety of bicolor. This makes pleasing clumps of fleshy green leaves, spotted and striped with paler green, ideal for a shallow pot or bowl.
 
Homalocladium platycladum

Homalocladium platycladum£6.50

Tapeworm/Centipede Plant

A strange shrub from tropical regions with curious flattened and jointed stems which give rise to the common names Tapeworm/ Centipede plant or ribbon bush.

 
Ipomoea indica

Ipomoea indica£6.50

Perennial Morning Glory, Blue Dawn Flower

Vigorous climber with stunning blue Convolvulus-like flowers amidst lovely, soft heart shaped leaves all summer. Tender but can be grown outside in a big pot between June and September

 
Jasminum sambac 'Maid of Orleans'

Jasminum sambac 'Maid of Orleans'£8.00

Arabian Jasmine

Tender Jasmine which makes a superb climber for the conservatory with large rounded leaves on stiff, arching stems and sweetly scented single white flowers all summer.

 
Kalanchoe brachyloba

Kalanchoe brachyloba£6.50

Name not certain. Previously listed as K. pinnata. An upright branching plant with large fleshy red-tinged leaves with wavy margins.

 
Lycianthes (Solanum) rantonnetii 'Variegatum'

Lycianthes (Solanum) rantonnetii 'Variegatum'£6.50

Blue Potato Bush

Vigorous, variegated, semi-evergreen shrub with masses of mauve-purple flowers to 1in across in summer. Best trained against a wall/ trellis. May survive outside in very mild areas, otherwise keep frost free

 
Microsorum diversifolium

Microsorum diversifolium£6.50

Kangaroo Fern

A tender fern from rainforests in Australia, likes a shallow root run and humid atmosphere - grows best surrounded by other plants. Looks good in a large hanging basket or shallow pot, where the rhizomes will creep over the edge.

 
Othonna capensis

Othonna capensis£6.50

Little Pickles, Ruby Necklace

A quick growing succulent with trailing stems adorned with fleshy leaves shaped like little beans which take on a red or purple hue in sun and when underwatered. For a mild garden, or a sunny spot indoors.

 
Pelargonium  'Lady Plymouth'

Pelargonium 'Lady Plymouth'£6.50

Lovely variegated cultivar with a neat bushy habit and scented leaves. Light pink flowers complete the effect.

 
Pelargonium  'Rollers Pioneer'

Pelargonium 'Rollers Pioneer'£6.50

Ivy leaved trailing variety with fleshy yellow veined leaves and deep burgundy red semi-double flowers all summer. Great in tubs and baskets

 
Pelargonium 'Attar of Roses'

Pelargonium 'Attar of Roses'£6.50

One of the nicest of the scented-leaved Pelargoniums, this has leaves which smell strongly of roses when crushed. Small pink flowers from summer to autumn. Compact and bushy

 
Pelargonium 'Charity'

Pelargonium 'Charity'£6.50

A sport from a rose scented variety, with attractively variegated green and gold leaves, and small pale pink flowers. A quick grower, despite its variegation, lovely in a container by itself.

 
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