• Azalea japonica Conny

    A dwarf evergreen shrub with compact habit . Bright purple flowers in May.Plant in acid soil (add peat). Ericaceous feed.Best in dappled or semi shade. Grows 3"- 10" a year dependant on seasonal variation, watering and feeding.

  • Azalea japonica Flash Dance Pink

    Compact habit a dwarf rhododendron shrub. Flowers pink in May. Acid soil. Good in sun or light shade. Evergreen. Back-fill with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Azalea japonica Florida

    Semi double cherry red flowers in late April. Free flowering evergreen plant. Great for tubs and by water features.

  • Azalea japonica Geisha Orange

    Compact habit. A dwarf rhododendron shrub. Orange coloured flowers in May. Acid soil. Good in sun or light shade.

  • Azalea japonica Gilbert Mullie

    Attractive rose pink flowers, with darker speckling, up to 57cm wide. This is an attractive, tough plant that will tolerate more cold, with excellent flowers in May. Height 75-90cm in 10 years.

  • Azalea japonica Hot Shot

    Compact habit, a dwarf evergreen shrub with a variegated leaf. Brightly coloured red flowers in May. Acid soil (add peat). Good in sun or light shade.

  • Azalea japonica Isabel

    'Isabel' is a low, compact, evergreen shrub with dark green leaves and pink funnel-shaped flowers in spring.

  • Azalea japonica Johanna

    Compact habit . A dwarf evergreen shrub. Brightly coloured deep red flowers in May. Acid soil (add peat). Good in sun or light shade.

  • Azalea japonica Madame Van Hecke

    Compact habit a dwarf rhododendron shrub. Flowers pink in May. Acid soil. Good in sun or light shade. Evergreen. Back-fill with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Azalea japonica Orange Beauty

    A compact, rounded, evergreen shrub with glossy, mid green leaves and salmon orange flowers in late Spring. Ideal for Ideal for banks and slopes, cottage and informal areas, beds and borders, wall side and trellises as well as containers.

  • Azalea japonica Pink

    Compact habit a dwarf rhododendron shrub. Flowers pink in May. Acid soil. Good in sun or light shade. Evergreen. Back-fill with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Azalea japonica Purple Splendour

    Compact habit a dwarf rhododendron shrub. Flowers purple in May. Acid soil. Good in sun or light shade. Evergreen. Back-fill with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Azalea japonica Rosa

    Very attractive pink hose-in-hose (double) flowers. Flowering in May this is an easy growing plant with a fairly upright habit. Height 60-80cm in 10 years.

  • Azalea japonica Rosa

    Very attractive pink hose-in-hose (double) flowers. Flowering in May this is an easy growing plant with a fairly upright habit. Height 60-80cm in 10 years.

  • Azalea japonica Schneewittchen

    A dwarf evergreen shrub with compact habit. White flowers in May. Green leaves turn a striking red in the autumn. Plant in acid soil (add peat). Ericaceous feed. Best in dappled or semi shade. Grows 3"- 10" a year dependent on seasonal variation, watering and feeding.

  • Azalea japonica Silver Sword

    Compact habit. Yew green leaves tinged with white. Dark rose-purple flowers with darker veins radiating from the corolla with frilly waved lobes. Acid soil (add peat). Good in sun or light shade.

  • Azalea japonica Silvestre

    Compact habit, a dwarf rhododendron shrub. Pink coloured flowers in May. Acid soil. Good in sun or light shade.

  • Azalea japonica Stewartstonian

    Vivid single orange-red flowers put on a showy display on this dense, rounded evergreen in the spring. The dark green summer foliage becomes a wine red in the winter adding seasonal interest. Makes a showy hedge or specimen plant in any landscape.

  • Azalea Juanita

    ‘Juanita’ is a lovely variety with large flowers - rich pink with a deep golden-yellow blotch May-June. Deciduous leaves are soft green, oval to elliptic, and turn golden orange and yellow in autumn. 1m x1m

  • Azalea Knap Hill Golden Eagle

    Abundant clusters of fragrant red-orange funnel-shaped flowers with orange-yellow veins bedeck this Exbury Hybrid azalea in late spring, before the foliage has fully emerged. Each flower bears an orange-yellow blotch.

  • Azalea Knap Hill Golden Harvest

    Abundant clusters of fragrant yellow funnel-shaped flowers bedeck this Exbury Hybrid azalea in late spring, before the foliage has fully emerged. Each flower bears an orange-yellow blotch.

  • Azalea Knap Hill Jolie Madame

    The flower colour of Rhododendron 'Jolie Madame' is pink with a hint of red; the azalea blooms in late May. It is a deciduous azalea that grows loosely upright.

  • Azalea Knap Hill Persil

    Stunning large pure white flowers with a prominent deep yellow flare in the throat. Nicely scented flowering in mid-late May.

  • Azalea moillis Brazil

    This beautiful deciduous azalea produces masses of bright tangerine red flowers in spring. At the same time fresh light green leaves emerge. A bushy shrub, growing to approximately 1.5 metres. The leaves can produce good autumn colours. 'Brazil' is actually a Knaphill variety. Best when protected from hot, drying winds.

  • Azalea mollis Apple Blossom

    Tall, upright, deciduous shrub that is cold hardy down to -10 degrees F. Leaves are obovate to oblong, medium green, 2 to 4 inches long. Flowers are borne in large, showy trusses in mid-spring just before the leaves emerge.

  • Azalea mollis Golden Flare

    Vivid yellow single blooms with reddish orange blotch are enormous with each floret nearly three inches across. Showy flowers deserve close up inspection in high profile areas of the garden. Create a long range focal point with this immense variety. Exceptional in Asian inspired gardens. Late season. Prefers acidic soil. Deciduous shrub. Full to partial sun. Moderate growth 6 to 8 feet tall, 4 to 6 feet wide.

  • Azalea mollis Homebush

    Highly fragrant, deciduous variety of azalea. In spring it blooms and produces masses of huge, round, pom-pom like trusses of pink double flowers that contrast beautifully against the yellowy green foliage. Strong upright habit.

  • Azalea mollis Persil

    Deciduous Azalea with large white flowers in May with a yellow flash in the throat. Great spring and autumn foliage colour. Acidic conditions required.

  • Azalea Viscosa

    Azalea Knaphill Viscosa is a beautiful deciduous azalea which produces scented white flowers tinged pink in May to June. The foliage is exquisite in its autumn colouring. 120cm x 100 cm.

  • Balm All Gold 9cm pot

    Sweet lemon scented with striking golden-yellow foliage and discrete flowers attractive to bees.

  • Balm Variegated 9cm pot

    Green and yellow variegated foliage with a wonderful lemon fragrance. Ideal Conditions: Ideal for any conditions, but with free draining soil or compost. Possible Situation: Suitable for herb bowls, pots, baskets, herb gardens and rockeries.

  • Basil African Blue 9cm pot

    A large, bushy, energetic planta stunning ornamental. New leaves are heavily brushed with purple, which fades in time to a deep bright green with purple veining. The undersides are a reddish purple. Stems are slightly hairy and suffused with violet. It produces purple blushed flower spikes.

  • Basil Bush 9cm pot

    Small leaved variety with leaves roughly half the size of sweet basil. Used chiefly for seasoning - flavour increases on cooking. Height 40 - 60 cm. Annual. Used as companion plant to grow alongside tomatoes to repel insects and aid growth.

  • Basil Greek 9cm pot

    Compact strain with tiny leaves and strong flavour. Height 25 - 30 cm. Annual.

  • Basil Green Sensation 9cm pot

    Small leaved variety with leaves roughly half the size of sweet basil. Used chiefly for seasoning – flavour increases on cooking. Height 40 – 60 cm. Annual. Used as companion plant to grow alongside tomatoes to repel insects and aid growth.

  • Basil Lemon 9cm pot

    Attractive, lemon scented plant with medium sized foliage and pink flowers. Adds a citrus flavour to salads, soups and fish dishes. Annual.

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