//Top Plant Picks
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    Daphne odora ‘Marianni Rogbret’ – This Daphne is a vivid, evergreen shrub, edged in light yellow with almost luminous variegation set off against the dark green. From February to late March it has small, very perfumed light pink flowers. It should be planted in normal lime free soil which is preferably cool and acidic in full sun or partial shade. It should also be fed with good quality fertiliser like the Trevena Cross slow release. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Cyathea australis - A large, evergreen fern with a rough, thick trunk. It grows up to 4 metres high pretty quickly with a spread of 6-8 metres and each frond can reach up to 4 metres long in good conditions! The Cyathea tolerates the sun as long as the soil is moist, but does need a good sheltered site to thrive. Some sources suggest it’s hardier than a Dicksonia Antarctica. It will be hardy to minus 8 degrees centigrade, but be aware that the fronds will get frosted in severe winters, so give the plant protection. Probably the best tree fern for a sunny site with its large evergreen fern and hairy trunk. Plant in a sheltered area or with light shade and add peat when planting or inside in a conservatory. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Correa decumbens – add a festive blast of colour to your space with this evergreen, spreading dwarf shrub from Kangaroo Island and South Australia. When little else is in flower, this plant creates long tubular red flowers with green tips and grows up to 1 metre tall. An easy to grow variety for exposed areas and an excellent ground cover plant. Plant in moist, but well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Hardy to -5 degrees centigrade. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Correa alba

    £12.50
    Correa Alba – also known as the Botany Bay Tea Tree and the White Correa. This freely branching evergreen shrub of Australian origin (height 2 metres) bears clusters of short, bell-shaped, sometimes pink tinted, waxy white flowers from early summer to late autumn. It makes a great conservatory specimen plant. It should be hardy down to about -5 degrees centigrade and withstands coastal exposure. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade or use to create an informal hedge or as a container plant. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Correa ‘Dusky Bells’ – a low-spreading evergreen shrub which is at home in the garden or a conservatory. The heart-shaped dark green leaves set off the clusters of tubular red flowers. Flowers from September through the winter into spring. Can be situated in full sun or partial shade and will be hardy to around -5 degrees centigrade. Water thoroughly before planting. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Corokia mangatangi – an evergreen shrub from New Zealand with starry, yellow flowers in spring and warm yellow berries in autumn. Grows up to 2 metres high with a spread of 1 metre. Plant in free draining soil in an open sunny position. It clips well and makes a good seaside hedging plant as it’s tolerant of drought, wind and has even withstood temperatures as low as -8 degrees centigrade. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Blechnum Volcano or vulcanicum - A rare evergreen fern from New Zealand that has a tufted habit with distinctive triangular shaped, leathery green fronds about 75cm long that curve downwards. Looks impressive on banks where the fronds grow horizontally. Plant in moisture retentive soil in a shady sheltered site. Hardy to -7°C or less. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Blechnum novae-zealandiae or Palm Leaf Fern is an evergreen from both islands of New Zealand. It makes a stunning groundcover plant in shady areas. The new fronds turn a bronze colour before they change to deep green, forming a spreading patch of lush foliage for the jungle look garden. The dark green arching fronds reach a height of up to 1.5 metres tall with a spread of up to several metres wide. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Banksia integrifolia – of all the Banksias this coast Banksi is one of the hardiest needing low maintenance. A species of evergreen tree originating from the east coast of Australia and popular in Australian parks and gardens. The evergreen tree (height 4-6 metres) produces spikes of pale yellow flowers in summer/winter. Hardy and versatile, it is tolerant of salt winds, a variety of soils and hard pruning. Integrifolia will grow in clay, sand, acid and even alkaline soils and has good resistance to wind and salt, making it suitable for seaside planting. It should be planted in very well-drained soil, with lots of grit. Its hardy nature means it will also stand quite hard frosts once established. Normally available in a large 4-litre pot. highly valued by beekeepers because it produces large amounts of pollen and nectar during autumn and winter, thus helping support hives at a time when little else is flowering. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Astelia banksii

    £14.95
    Astelia banksii – is a hardy evergreen, architectural plant from New Zealand, also known as Coastal Astelia as it’s perfect for coastal gardens. Growing to 1.2 metres with silver green, strap like leaves and panicles of white flowers in the spring and purple-pink fruits in the summer. A wonderful plant to create an exotic feel in the garden or pots. Needs fertile, well-drained soil in a partially shady spot. Good for coastal gardens. Tolerates full sun, but prefers partial shade. The foliage can be damaged by frost and cold wind, so may need winter protection. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    The Aloe arborescens 'Variegata' (also known as the variegated candelabra aloe) is another stunning perrenial plant with sword-shaped leaves striped with pale yellow. Occasionally, it produces bursts of tubular red flowers in panicles. Grow in low-maintenance patio containers. Water moderately throughout the year, but more sparingly in winter. In the growing season, feed a balanced liquid fertiliser 2 or 3 times. No pruning required! The pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • Dicksonia antarctica tree fern
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    NO LONGER AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE. Available in a range of sizes, from 1ft of trunk right up to 8ft of trunk, and priced per foot - £45 per foot for trunks up to 5ft tall and £50 per foot for trunks 6ft tall and above. Don’t forget the measurement also includes the ‘hidden’ trunk within the pot/beneath the ground so a 4ft trunk tree fern won’t be 4ft of ‘visible trunk’ – but nearer 3ft of visible trunk. Do take this into consideration when thinking about the size that would best suit you and your garden – and the fact that they are slow growing, so will take a great deal of time to reach a ‘desired height’ if you purchase one a way off that height. PLEASE NOTE: Up to 5ft trunks: Are sent on a pallet with fronds intact. These trunks, plus fronds, should arrive in good condition. 6ft trunks: Can be sent with fronds but we cannot guarantee that the fronds will arrive intact. We always do our best to protect them when packing on to the pallet, but transit can sometimes disturb/damage the fronds.  7 - 8ft trunks: Due to height restrictions, these trunks will normally be removed from the pot and fixed to the pallet. They will arrive without fronds due to difficulties keeping them intact during transit. They will usually fall into the category of an 'oversize item', which means carriage will be more expensive - usually the cost of two pallets, and therefore double the carriage charge of trunks up to 6ft in height. Please contact us for specific details.
  • Prunus Genolia foliagePrunus Genolia plant picture
    Available in a 4-5 litre pot. Height currently around 40-50cm high. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION: We don’t believe the height of our hedging plants to be of huge importance when we make them available for sale. In fact we trim all of our hedging plants several times a year to promote a bushy plant, that will be ready to form a decent hedge right away. Height isn’t everything – while a 2 litre plant could easily be 1m tall without trimming, this ‘leggy’ specimen wouldn’t be the kind of plant that you want for a hedge. A trimmed one with multiple shoots, will establish as a hedge much more quickly, and we therefore believe shape and bushiness to be real signs of quality, rather than current plant height.
    A per plant discount is available for bulk purchases of Prunus laurocerasus Genolia hedging plants. This discount will be applied in your basket if applicable (begins at 10+ plants).
  • Euonymus Microphyllus foliage close upEuonymus Microphyllus plants

    Euonymus japonicus Microphyllus

    £9.50£24.95
    Available in a 3 litre pot. Currently around 30cm high, and bushy. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION: We don’t believe the height of our hedging plants to be of huge importance when we make them available for sale. In fact we trim all of our hedging plants several times a year to promote a bushy plant, that will be ready to form a decent hedge right away. Height isn’t everything – a ‘leggy’ specimen wouldn’t be the kind of plant that you want for a hedge. A trimmed one with multiple shoots, will establish as a hedge much more quickly, and we therefore believe shape and bushiness to be real signs of quality, rather than current plant height.
    A per plant discount is available for bulk purchases of Euonymus japonicus Microphyllus hedging plants. This discount will be applied in your basket if applicable (begins at 10+ plants).
  • Sea of Griselinia Green JewelGriselinia Green Jewel hedging plant 5ltr
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    Griselinia Green Jewel

    £10.95£35.00
    Currently unavailable online. A more subtle variation in colour than Griselinia Variegata, Griselinia Green Jewel displays bright, glossy green leaves, splashed cream margins, and grey undertones across the leaf. The leaves tend to be slightly more pointed than the rounder leaf of Variegata too. Like the other Griselinia varieties, it tolerates a coastal position and salt laden winds very well, however it prefers more enclosed/sheltered estuaries. Very exposed locations would be better suited to the tougher Elaeagnus or Olearia hedging types. Plants on average supplied at 60-90cm high, but this can vary. A quick grower, we don't find height of griselinia is really such an important factor when considering the quality of the plant. A decent pot size provides a good indication of plant robustness and bushiness, and in fact we will cut our nursery plants down to encourage bushier growth (rather than a 'leggy' plant). if we feel it necessary. A per plant discount is available for bulk purchases of Griselinia Green Jewel hedging plants. This discount will be applied in your basket if applicable (begins at 10+ plants).
  • Griselinia Green Horizon 5ltr plantGriselinia Green Horizon product picture

    Griselinia Green Horizon

    £3.50£65.00
    As a guide: 9cm - currently 30-40cm high 5 litre - currently 50cm high 10 litre - currently 80-110cm high 20 litre - currently 110-120cm high IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION: We don’t find the height of Griselinia Green Horizon to be an important factor when considering the quality of the plant. We trim all of our hedging plants several times a year to promote a bushy plant, that will be ready to form a decent hedge right away. Height isn’t everything – while a 2 litre plant could easily be 1m tall without trimming, this ‘leggy’ specimen wouldn’t be the kind of plant that you want for a hedge. A trimmed one with multiple shoots, will establish as a hedge much more quickly.

    Similar to the standard Griselinia, but with darker green, glossy leaves, Griselinia Green Horizon is a fast growing evergreen hedging plant, hardy to at least -10°C to -12°C. It will withstand a coastal position and salt laden winds well but as with the standard and other variations of Griselinia, prefers a more sheltered estuary or inlet like St Mawes or Falmouth in Cornwall. In more exposed locations, Griselinia Green Horizon will need to be positioned several hundred feet from the sea, and for extremely exposed coastal sites like Land’s End, and Lizard Point in Cornwall, we would recommend the tougher Olearia hedging types.
    A per plant discount is available for bulk purchases of Griselinia Green Horizon hedging plants. This discount will be applied in your basket if applicable (begins at 10+ plants).