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    Buy £5 National Garden Gift Vouchers from us here at Trevena Cross! National Garden Gift Vouchers are accepted in over 2000 garden centres across the UK including independent garden centres such as Trevena Cross and national retail garden store chains. They can be used as full or part payment on over 90,000 different garden and leisure products, from BBQs and furniture to thousands of different varieties of plants and flowers. About National Garden Gift Vouchers >Use at over 2000 garden centres & stores across the UK and Channel Islands >Spend on over 90,000 garden and leisure products >National Garden Gift Vouchers are available in £5, £10, £25 and £50 denominations >Can be used as full or part payment for goods >Paper voucher >Expiry date is printed on the voucher >Spend in store (cannot be used online) Please note: a small postage charge will automatically be added to the voucher total. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
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    Pseudopanax ferox – also known as the Toothed Lancewood. This stunning, hardy evergreen architectural plant from New Zealand has tough, coarsely serrated long leaves (40-50 cms) with a mottled brown colouring on a single stem for many years before branching. (Height 3-4 metres). Position in a sunny or partially shaded site and well-drained soil. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • Leucadendron ‘Maui Sunset’ – a stunning, hybrid variety with large, creamy white bracts edged with red. The colours are ever changing through winter, fading to pale yellow in spring and the plant’s height and spread is 1+ metres. An excellent, rear plant that will make an outstanding tub plant when placed in full sun in a well-drained, acidic soil. It can be grown outside in mild areas as long as it’s protected from severe frost as established plants can survive to minus 6 degrees centigrade. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • Olearia Laxifolia

    Olearia Laxifolia

    £9.95£25.00
    Olearia virgata Laxifolia has become a firm favourite with us here at Trevena Cross Nurseries and is planted on our own land as screening. Perhaps not as well known or as well understood as some other hedging types, we are keen to promote its merits as a fantastic grower! We have come across nothing so tough, or so quick to form a decent screen or hedge. Olearia traversii is another great coastal hedge we recommend.
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    Woodwardia orientalis - A stunning evergreen fern from Asia with large fronds, excellent for creating that sub-tropical look. Height 0.6- 1.5 metres with a spread of 1.5-2 metres. Plant in moisture retentive but free draining soil in a sheltered spot. Hardy to about minus 5°C. 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/
  • Fatsia japonica

    £14.50
    Also known as the Castor Oil Plant or Japanese aralia, Fatsia are evergreen shrubs that originate in Japan. They have large, dramatic, shiny, leathery leaves with small white flowers in terminal compound umbels and small, black fruits. Perfect for difficult growing conditions, the Fatsia look spectacular indoors as well as outside where the leaves darken and weather to a thicker texture. It grows well in heavy soil, copes with little to no direct sunlight and is fine in a darker corner of any garden. It can also be grown in a large container with a loam-based compost and appreciates a regular supply of water. If you have a stone or brick wall in a garden, consider situating a Fatsia nearby as it's striking appearance will grab your attention or using as a backdrop to other exotic plants. 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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    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/
  • Schefflera digitata – also known as Pate. If you’d like to add exotic impact to your garden, this plant will make a fine statement. An evergreen shrub from New Zealand with large, deep green leaves up to 20 cms long and a height/spread of 3 metres/2.5 metres. In the summer it has large clusters of tiny greenish white flowers hanging below the leaves. It grows best when the roots are cool, so plenty of mulch will aid this plant along with rich, fertile soil that’s moist and well-drained. Plant in full sun or partial shade. It’s hardy to -8 degrees centigrade. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • Scleranthus uniflorus – a hardy moss like plant from New Zealand which forms a dense mound of bright green foliage about 20-30 cms across. Fabulous undulation with humps and hollows creating an attractive effect. Add pebbles or use as a border edging to show off effectively. Grows in ordinary, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Makes an excellent ground cover 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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    Aloe striatula

    £10.50
    Originating from South Africa, the Aloe striatula is a hardy, resilient succulent (1 metre in height and spread) which is tolerant of drought and frost. In early summer this plant produces colourful, orange-yellow flowers which are set off against the stripey light and dark green stems creating a compelling and curious (almost alien like) appeal. Plant in full sun in a very well drained soil with extra grit added when planting. Situate in wall-side borders, rock gardens, gravel gardens or patio containers for best effect. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • Leucadendron salignum ‘Fireglow’ – a striking, evergreen bushy shrub (height 1-1.5 metres) with narrow red-tipped green foliage and red bracts from early autumn to early spring. Excellent for cut flowers and a stunning container plant. It should be planted in well drained acidic soil in full sun and will remain hardly here until about -8 degrees centigrade. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • Pseudopanax ‘Purpureus’ – also known as Purple Houmspara. Rare to the UK, this exciting, wind-hardy evergreen from New Zealand is easy to grow in fertile, well-drained soil and benefits from full sun. This small multi-stemmed shrub grows to 2.4 metres high with glossy, purple, leathery leaves. Perfect for creating a dramatic visual when planted with lighter coloured plants or variegated foliage. In our experience, this has proved hardy to minus 5 degrees centigrade. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • 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/
  • Originating from New Zealand the Dicksonia fibrosa is also known as the golden tree fern or perhaps more fabulously as the Wheki ponga. An evergreen fern which slowly grows over 20+ years to 2 metres tall with 2 metre long dark green fronds. It's a striking, hardy addition to a shady garden or courtyard space. Pictures are for guidance only. Our online shopping Terms & Conditions (postage and returns) can be viewed here: /online-shopping-terms-conditions/
  • 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/