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Chitalpa tashkentensis Chitalpa tashkentensis
Out of stock at present. A hybrid tre from Catalpa and Chilopsis giving stunning flowers late summer. A very usefull tree for the small garden.
Coriaria japonica Coriaria japonica
Arching branches with attractivley red tinged pinnate leaves
Corokia cotoneaster Corokia cotoneaster
A rounded bush of interlacing branches with dark green leaves and clusters of fragrant yellow flowers followed by red or yellow fruit.
Decaisnea fargesii
A decideous shrub/tree also known as Dead mans fingers because of its unusual edible blue sausage like fruits.
Ilex cornuta Ilex cornuta
Rare Chinese holly common name box holly because of it near square shape leaf. Lovely glossy evergreen tolerant of shade through to full sun.
Metrosideros excelsa
Sold out for this season. New Zealand Christmas tree. An evergreen shrub/tree with glossy green leaves and stunning red flowers Full sun. Tender if you want to risk it outside use a sheltered spot or keep in pot and put in cool greenhouse over winter.
Tetrapanax papyrifer 'Rex' 2-3lt Tetrapanax papyrifer 'Rex' 2-3lt
Magnificent lobed leaves very similar to Fatsia but bigger and with a felty feel. Rex implies a monster plant be assured it will give your garden that primeval jungly look.
Viburnum plicatum 'Mariesii'
A bushy shrub with tiered branches. Dark green leaves turn purple-red in autumn. White flowers in late spring.