• Acer palmatum Phoenix

    'Phoenix', this is a fantastic small tree, notable for its bright red young stems, giving a highly ornamental look in winter. The bark is white-striped on more mature stems, and the foliage provides a wonderful butter-yellow autumn show. Height 1.50 - 2 m. Full grown width 1 - 1.50 m.

  • Acer palmatum Pink Passion

    Variegated light and dark pink leaves which can have hints of cream and pale green amongst them. A fairly new introduction it has an open spreading habit ultimately reaching 2 or more metres high. Great as a focal plant either in the ground or container. One of the best pink leafed Acers for summer colour.

  • Acer Palmatum Red Select

    Japanese maple. Upright-growing tree. Young branches and twigs are fiery red providing an excellent winter display. Green foliage goes yellow in autumn. Give some space or prune hard in spring.

  • Acer palmatum Sango-kaku

    Japanese maple. Coral bark maple. Attractive coral-red stems in winter, deeply lobed green leaves, orange-red in spring then leaves turning a soft yellow in autumn.

  • Acer palmatum Sango-kaku

    Japanese maple. Coral bark maple. Attractive coral-red stems in winter, deeply lobed green leaves, orange-red in spring then leaves turning a soft yellow in autumn.

  • Acer palmatum Shaina 1/2 Std

    Japanese maple for the Patio. A petite, slow growing Japanese maple. Forms a compact globe of small red leaves that turn maroon in the Summer. Height 4 - 5 ft.

  • Acer palmatum Shin Deshojo

    Japanese maple. A small tree with light pink leaves in spring turning light green in summer and red-orange in autumn. Height 2m. Spread 2m. Deciduous. Hardy. Sheltered Site. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Acer palmatum Skeeter's Broom

    'Skeeter's Broom' is a compact, upright, multi-stemmed, deciduous tree or shrub with deeply divided, palmately lobed foliage that is red in spring and red-maroon in summer and ruby red in autumn.

  • Acer palmatum Stella Rossa 1/2 Std

    A graceful weeping tree that tolerates full sun. Bright red spring foliage ages to darker red then burgundy over summer before fiery reds and orange come to the fore in autumn. A small tree 3-5 feet in ten years.

  • Acer palmatum Sumi-nagashi

    Japanese maple. A larger leaved Japanese Maple, red purple in spring becoming bronze green in summer and fiery red in autumn. A small tree 13 feet in ten years.

  • Acer palmatum Viridus 1/2 Std

    Matures to a naturally formal mounded cascading weeper. It can be pruned for a "mushroom cap" appearance, or left unpruned so that its branches weep clear to the ground. It reaches six feet in ten years. Likes moist well-draining acidic peaty soil, never too wet.

  • Acer palmatum Yasemin

    The estimated height and spread of this Acer is 4 x 3 metres in 20 years.

  • Acer pseudoplatanus Brilliantissimum

    Sycamore. Yellow-green pendent flowers followed by red winged fruit. Height 30m. Spread 25m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Acer rubrum October Glory

    Red maple. An upright large tree with glossy dark green leaves turning red in autumn. In spring the bare branches have small red flowers. Height 20m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Acer shirasawanum Jordan

    Leaves emerge a lovely pastel orange, changing to stunning bright yellow through the summer with red seeds that push up above the leaves. This tree provides a big splash of color and thrives with full sun. It's a vigorous upright tree. At last a yellow tree for the colder climates!

  • Acer Viridis

    Matures to a naturally formal mounded cascading weeper. It can be pruned for a "mushroom cap" appearance, or left unpruned so that its branches weep clear to the ground. It reaches six feet in ten years. Likes moist well-draining acidic peaty soil, never too wet.

  • Achillea ageratum English Mace 9cm pot

    Mace. A spreading aromatic perennial with grey-white leaves. Yellowish white loose flowerheads produced in summer. Height 60cm. Spread 60cm. Fresh green foliage and pretty white flowers. Good in pots or in a bed.

  • Achillea millefolium Milly Rock Red 3L pot

    Compact bushy variety of Achillea ideally suited to pots and containers has a myriad of bi coloured deep red flowers with striking yellow button centres make an eye-catching display.

  • Achillea millefolium Terracotta 3L pot

    Yarrow. A compact clump forming perennial with evergreen silvery grey leaves. Dusky Orange fading to yellow flower heads. Height 80cm. Spread 60cm. Flowers from May to September.

  • Aconitum carmichaelii Arendsii 3L pot

    Monkshood: erect with dark green leaves. branched panicles of rich blue flowers. Height 1.2m. Spread 40cm. Flower colour Blue. Flowers from August to September. Perennial. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Water thoroughly before planting. CAUTION toxic if eaten.

  • Aconitum fischeri 3L pot

    Aconitum fischeri is a blue colored flowering plant species of the genus Aconitum in the family Ranunculaceae. Plants bloom early-late summer, native in Korea and Siberia and cultivated in gardens in temperate zones for its showy flowers.

  • Acorus calamus Variegatus 3L pot

    Sweetflag. An aquatic plant with thick creeping rhizomes. Sword like upright green leaves striped white and cream. Height 80cm. Spread 60cm. Flowers from May to June. Herbaceous. Hardy.

  • Acorus gramineus Ogon 3L pot

    Japanese rush. A semi-evergreen aquatic with fans of glossy, narrow, variegated leaves striped with pale green and cream. Height 20cm. Spread 15cm. Semi-evergreen. Hardy.

  • Actaea Black Beauty 3L pot

    A very dark, vigorous, black leaved new form. Worth growing for the foliage alone. Very fragrant flowers in September and October. Height when in flower up to 2m. Plant at 60cm centres in fertile soil, they tend to hate thin alkaline soils.

  • Actaea Black Negligee 3L pot

    A stellar performer of the plant world - fantastic foliage, an architectural frame and late flowers on lofty strong stems. Actaea thrive in shade and partial shade, although they dislike boggy conditions. They look wonderful at the back of borders and associate beautifully with ferns, Tiarellas and Japanese anemones. They won't thrive in very alkaline and well drained soils. They are in the buttercup family and need similar conditions to most other members of this diverse family. All parts of the plants are poisonous and gloves need to be worn when handling.

  • Actaea simplex Atropurpurea 3L pot

    Member of the Ranunculaceae family. A clump-forming perennial with black pinnate leaves Pink spike forming flowers Jul-Sep. 60cm. Spread 40cm. Herbaceous.

  • Actaea simplex Brunette 3L pot

    A 'must-have' for a woodland garden. Deeply dissected purple leaves and stems contrast wonderfully with arching spiked flowers. No staking needed.

  • Actaea White Pearl 3L pot

    For a cool shady place, not dry. A most elegant plant in autumn. Branching stems carry snowy-white bottle brushes 13 cm long. These develop into a most desirable lime-green seed head. All flower October to November.

  • Actinidia deliciosa Solo

    Chinese gooseberry, Kiwi fruit. Vigorous woody stemmed climber. Heart-shaped leaves, bearing cup-shaped white flowers followed by edible, hairy, brown fruits. To obtain fruits both male and female plants must be grown. Height 10m. Flowers from June to July. Deciduous. Hardy. Sheltered Site. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Agapanthus African Queen 3L pot

    Agapanthus (African lily) are summer-flowering perennial plants, grown for their showy flowers, Blue. They thrive in any well-drained, sunny position in the garden, or grow these beauties in containers.

  • Agapanthus africanus Alba 3L pot

    African Lily. A clump-forming perennial with strap-shaped green leaves. Rounded clusters of bell-shaped. white flowers. Height 100cm. Flowers from July to September. Herbaceous. Hardy.

  • Agapanthus africanus Blue Umbrella 3L pot

    African Blue Lily. A clump-forming perennial with strap-shaped deep green leaves. Clusters of open bell-shaped, vivid blue flowers. Height 75cm. Spread 60cm. Flowers from July to October. Herbaceous. Hardy.

  • Agapanthus africanus Polar Star 3L pot

    Flower head of numerous semi pendulous flowers on stems around 50cm tall. Flowers are dark shiny purple in bud, which open to a lavender purple and a single mauve stripe in the center. A deciduous variety, which is very distinct in any border.

  • Agapanthus Enigma 3L pot

    Clumps of large, strap-shaped leaves, from which large umbels of blue-throated, white trumpet-shaped flowers appear from summer into autumn.

  • Agapanthus His Majesty 3L pot

    A hardy, compact and evergreen, clump-forming plant with clusters of beautiful blue flowers from mid to late summer. Makes a good cut flower.

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