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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Aloe vera
Aloe vera
£6.50
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Burn Plant, Medicine Plant

This popular succulent is very useful to have around the home. The fleshy interior of the leaves can soothe and help heal minor skin ailments and burns. Works superbly to alleviate pain from stinging nettles. Spikes of yellow flowers appear in summer

Alyogyne huegelii 'Santa Cruz'
Alyogyne huegelii 'Santa Cruz'
£7.00
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A good cultivar with larger pale lilac, Hibiscus-like flowers. A long-flowering shrub from Western Australia, frost tender, but may survive outdoors in mild gardens. Prune back in spring. Makes a large spreading shrub in full sun.

Anredera cordifolia
Anredera cordifolia
£6.50
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Madeira Vine

A twining climber growing from underground tubers, producing masses of fresh green foliage and clusters of small white scented flowers in summer.

Araujia sericifera
Araujia sericifera
£7.50
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Cruel Plant

A twining climber for a cool conservatory, greenhouse or sheltered garden with pinky-white honey-scented flowers, from late summer-autumn.

Argyranthemum  'Jamaica Primrose'
Argyranthemum 'Jamaica Primrose'
£6.50
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Marguerite

A tender perennial forming mounds of grey-green leaves topped with bright yellow daisies from spring to autumn. Good in pots or bedded out for the summer in a sunny spot. Take cuttings as insurance against winter losses.

Aristaloe  aristata
Aristaloe aristata
£6.50
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Lace Aloe

(Previously Aloe aristata.)

A fairly hardy quick growing succulent with neat rosettes of green leaves with soft white spines. Spikes of pink flowers in spring.

Arundo donax  v. versicolor
Arundo donax v. versicolor
£6.50
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Syn. Arundo donax 'Variegatus'. Tall-growing reed with striking green & white striped leaves, hardy in most of the UK. Likes moist soil, an ideal pond-side plant. Potentially invasive,requires responsible cultivation

Arundo donax 'Golden Chain'
Arundo donax 'Golden Chain'
£7.50
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Tall-growing reed with strikingly green and yellow leaves. Needs moist soil. Can be bedded out in summer, but needs frost protection in winter.

Asclepias curassavica
£6.50
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Blood Flower

Tender, evergreen sub shrub with bright red and orange flowers, summer to autumn. Attracts bees & butterflies.

Asclepias curassavica 'Silky Gold'
Asclepias curassavica 'Silky Gold'
£6.50
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Probably a variety of A. curassavica. An upright tender perennial with masses of bright yellow flowers over a long period in summer.

Asclepias curassavica mixed
Asclepias curassavica mixed
£6.50  -  £14.00
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Blood Flower

Tender, evergreen sub shrub with bright yellow, red and orange flowers, summer to autumn. A seed raised mix, flower colour variable. Attracts bees & butterflies.

Asclepias curassavica Silky Red
Asclepias curassavica Silky Red
£6.50
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Probably a variety of A. curassavica. An upright tender perennial with masses of red flowers over a long period in summer.

Asparagus falcatus
Asparagus falcatus
£7.50
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Sickle Thorn

Vigorous evergreen climber for a conservatory with spiny stems clothed with large flat leaves.

Barleria obtusa
£6.50
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A spreading plant for a conservatory, frost free garden or a tropical bedding scheme with blue flowers throughout the year but mainly in the autumn.

Begonia  'Erythrophylla'
Begonia 'Erythrophylla'
£6.50
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Beefsteak Begonia

The large rounded fleshy leaves with a red underside earn this houseplant its common name of Beefsteak Begonia. It makes a spreading plant with small, light pink flowers in late winter-spring. Protect from strong sunlight.

 

Begonia  'Richmondensis'
Begonia 'Richmondensis'
£6.50
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Bushy house plant with glossy leaves and pink flowers all summer. Tidy habit. Grow in loam based compost and protect from hot sun. Should keep more leaves at higher temperatures

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