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Deciduous Azalea Water Girl
Deciduous Azalea Water Girl
NEW! Beautifully scented shell pink honeysuckle type flowers. Raised by Ted Millais for late season flowering in July and one of our favourites. This plant also has fantastic blue green foliage during the summer. Height 120-150cm in 10 years. Recommended for late flower and lovely fragrance. Easy to grow. Group:Deciduous Azalea (viscosum hybrid). Parentage: viscosum hybrid, grown from seed supplied...
£19.95
Dwarf Rhododendron calostrotum 'Gigha'  AGM
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Dwarf Rhododendron calostrotum 'Gigha' AGM
calostrotum Gigha has beautiful and interesting rose-crimson flat saucer shaped flowers which stand above the wonderful silver-grey foliage in April-May. A lovely free flowering and neat plant. Height 30-40cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers. This plant...
£14.95

Dwarf Rhododendron campylogynum Myrtilloides AGM
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Dwarf Rhododendron campylogynum Myrtilloides AGM
Delightful thimble shaped plum purple nodding flowers on long pedicels in May-June. This is a very dwarf form that is one of our favourites featuring in many of our Chelsea exhibits over the years. Height and spread 30cm in 10 years. This plant was collected by Frank Kingdon Ward from China in about 1920. It is one of the most charming dwarf rhododendrons. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but...
£14.95
Dwarf Rhododendron Carmen AGMDwarf Rhododendron Carmen AGM
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Dwarf Rhododendron Carmen AGM
Stunning waxy dark red flowers in loose trusses in April. It has small glossy green leaves and we believe is one of the deepest red dwarfs available. Slow growing with a height 40cm and spread of 50cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers. This variety does...
£13.95

Dwarf Rhododendron cephalanthum Crebreflorum
Dwarf Rhododendron cephalanthum Crebreflorum
(POGONANTHUM H5) Deep pink daphne-like flowers on a tight plant in April-May. A real tiny gem for the rock garden from Tibet & Yunnan. Height and spread under 15cm in 10 years. Requires cool conditions. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers. This variety does require...
£14.95
Dwarf Rhododendron Egret  AGM
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Dwarf Rhododendron Egret AGM
Masses of pretty dainty white bell-shaped flowers in April. The flowers stand up high above the glossy mid green foliage. This is a compact neat growing plant, best in some sun to flower freely. Height 30-45cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers. One of...
£13.95

Dwarf Rhododendron ferrugineumDwarf Rhododendron ferrugineum
Dwarf Rhododendron ferrugineum
Known as the pink 'Alpenrose' from Central Europe. This plant has lovely deep crimson-pink flowers in June. Useful for it's late flowering and hardiness. It will not tolerate high temperatures and needs good drainage. Height 40cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in...
£17.95
Dwarf Rhododendron Golden Princess
Dwarf Rhododendron Golden Princess
The most golden yellow flowers of any dwarf rhododendron. Floriferous deep yellow flowers cover the whole plant in April. With a compact habit it has excellent dwarf foliage that turns bronze in winter. Height 40-60cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers....
£14.95

Dwarf Rhododendron groenlandicum
Dwarf Rhododendron groenlandicum
(LEDUM H7) Distinctive many flowered inflorescence of small white flowers at the ends of woolly shoots. April-June. A very hardy alpine ledum type plant from Greenland. Height 30-50cm in 10 years. • Recommended for: small gardens and later flowers.• Easy to grow.• Ideal position: Some sun.• Habit: Upright shrub.• Group: Dwarf Rhododendron species.• Tolerant of more sun.•...
£14.95
Dwarf Rhododendron keiskei 'Yaku Fairy'  AGMDwarf Rhododendron keiskei 'Yaku Fairy'  AGM
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Dwarf Rhododendron keiskei 'Yaku Fairy' AGM
This is an excellent dwarf selection with pale yellow flowers which completely hide the dense mounded foliage in April. R. keiskei 'Yaku Fairy' is ideal for the rock garden and has the accolade of being the smallest of all Rhododendrons with a prostrate habit. This is the sole Japanese species in the subsection Triflora. Only the size of a dinner plate, 15-20cm in 10 years! Dwarf Rhododendrons don't...
£15.95

Dwarf Rhododendron Peter Bee
Dwarf Rhododendron Peter Bee
(H6) Lovely funnel shaped pale yellow flowers, green in bud. Fine pale green narrow leaves. Flowering in April. A choice compact growing plant, raised by Warren Berg in America, and named by Peter Cox, Scotland. Height 25-50 cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting...
£14.95
Dwarf Rhododendron Robert Seleger
Dwarf Rhododendron Robert Seleger
Lovely rose-purple flowers with darker edges in May. An interesting colour and flowering later than many other dwarf Rhododendrons, it has excellent foliage with pointed narrow leaves on a dense compact plant. Height 40-60cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers....
£13.95

Dwarf Rhododendron Sarled  AGM
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Dwarf Rhododendron Sarled AGM
(H6) Light pink buds open to creamy-white long-lasting daphne-like flowers in May. Tiny, narrow leaves on a dense, compact plant. An easy and pleasing plant to grow, but avoid full sun. Height 30-50cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers. • Recommended...
£13.95
Dwarf Rhododendron Wee Bee AGMDwarf Rhododendron Wee Bee AGM
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Dwarf Rhododendron Wee Bee AGM
Red buds open to pretty rose pink tubular flowers, deeper pink on the outside, with red spotting in April. This is a superb low mounded plant with good foliage and a neat habit. In our opinion this is easily one of the best deep pink dwarf Rhododendrons. Height 30-50cm in 10 years. Raised by Warren Berg in Washington State USA, who was also a keen bee keeper! (See also Ginny Gee and Patty Bee). ...
£16.95

Dwarf Rhododendron Wigeon
Dwarf Rhododendron Wigeon
Lovely saucer-shaped deep lavender pink flowers with deeper spotting in the centre flowering in April and May. This is a floriferous plant with a compact habit and attractive grey-green leaves all season. Height 60-80cm in 10 years. Dwarf Rhododendrons don't mind the sun but they hate too much heat, so do avoid reflected heat from South facing walls and patios, particularly if planting in containers....
£13.95
Eucryphia nymansensis Nymansay
Eucryphia nymansensis Nymansay
Multiple dish faced white flowers, 6cm wide, with prominent stamens in late summer and early autumn. A vigorous tall growing evergreen tree of columnar habit. Raised at Nymans garden (now National Trust) in 1915. Height 2-3 metres in 10 years. Best in moist loamy soil with roots shaded from hot sun, in a sheltered position. Flowering later in the season, and evergreen, this is a useful choice plant...
£19.95

Evergreen Azalea Amoena
Evergreen Azalea Amoena
This is a rare old variety, but one we get asked for quite regularly as it is now so unusual. It was introduced to the UK in 1850 by Robert Fortune from Shanghai, but believed to have originated in Japan. It has small reddish purple hose in hose flowers in May. An attractive and historic colouring with a tall spreading habit. Height 50-75cm in 10 years. Ideal for smaller gardens and mixed borders. Easy...
£10.95
Evergreen Azalea CoranyEvergreen Azalea Corany
Evergreen Azalea Corany
Delightful smaller rose pink flowers with a darker centre that flowers in May. This is a dense and compact plant with a good habit. Ideal for front of border or for growing in containers. Height 50cm in 10 years. Ideal for containers and small gardens, including rock gardens and front of borders. Easy to grow. Group:Evergreen Azalea (Kurume hybrid). Parentage: unknown Hybridization date: unknown. Bred...
£10.95

Evergreen Azalea Geisha PurpleEvergreen Azalea Geisha Purple
Evergreen Azalea Geisha Purple
Pretty small light reddish-purple hose in hose flowers (approximately 20mm) in May which are very floriferous. A very hardy compact growing plant bred to withstand the cold in Germany. Height and spread 40-60cm in 10 years. Also known as Geisha Purpurrosa and registered name is Fumiko W.Arends, (descendant of astilbe botanist Georg Arends (1863-1952)), bred the Geisha series of evergreen azaleas...
£10.95
Evergreen Azalea KermesinaEvergreen Azalea Kermesina
Evergreen Azalea Kermesina
Wonderful deep pink small flowers cover the whole plant in May. A very hardy and floriferous plant with a neat compact rounded habit. Height 50-60cm in 10 years. Also known as 'Kermesinum' and 'Pink Kiusianum'. Ideal for small gardens and profusion of flower. Easy to grow. Group:Evergreen Azalea (Northern European hybrid). Parentage: unknown Hybridization date: pre 2000 (registered in 1958...
£10.95

Evergreen Azalea WillyEvergreen Azalea Willy
Evergreen Azalea Willy
Large clear electric pink flowers in May. This is a vigorous tough old variety, with light autumn tints. Height 60-75cm in 10 years. Ideal for containers and small gardens. Easy to grow. Group:Evergreen Azalea (kaempferi hybrid). Parentage: unknown. Hybridization date: pre 2000 (before 1939). Bred by: C.G. van Nes & Sons. Origin: Dutch. Habit: Upright. Ideal position: Most...
£10.95
Evergreen Azalea Wombat  AGMEvergreen Azalea Wombat  AGM
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Evergreen Azalea Wombat AGM
Large bright cerise pink flowers up to 50mm, which are long lasting during June. An excellent hardy introduction from Scotland which forms a neat prostrate low mounded shape. Height and spread of 40-60cm in 10 years. Ideal for rock gardens and cascading over walls and to extend the flowering season. Easy to grow. Group: Evergreen Azalea (nakaharae hybrid). Parentage: nakaharae 'Mariko' X 'Gaiety' Hybridization...
£11.95

Hydrangea paniculata Everest
Hydrangea paniculata Everest
(H5) Extremely large pointed heads of white flowers in July, turning deep pink by autumn. These are carried on strong stems. Spectacular, and one of the very best of the species. Height 150-175cm in 10 years. Best in moist sunny positions. For large panicles, the laterals should be pruned back to within 5-8cm of the previous year's growth in early spring.
£16.95
Hydrangea paniculata Limelight  AGM
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Hydrangea paniculata Limelight AGM
(H5) Panicles form a dense broad cone, entirely green at first. Sterile florets open pale lime green, later white. A slight pink flush deepens to give pink and green colours. This plant is a robust and upright spreading selection with distinctive colouring. Height 150-175cm in 10 years. Best in moist sunny positions. For large panicles, the laterals should be pruned back to within 5-8cm of the previous...
£16.95

Hydrangea quercifolia Alice
Hydrangea quercifolia Alice
Large pointed panicles of single white flowers, turning pink as they age in summer. Vigorous form of oak leaved hydrangea with lobed deep green leaves, turning red and purple in autumn. Height 150-175cm in 10 years. Best in sun or light shade.
£13.95
Hydrangea quercifolia Snow Queen
Hydrangea quercifolia Snow Queen
Profuse, dense, conical, upright flower panicles composed of large white ray florets in summer, turning pink in autumn. Large lobed green leaves turn bronze-purple in autumn. Height 1.5m in 10 years. Best on moist acidic soils. A striking form of oak leaved hydrangea, Snow Queen is a deciduous, mound-forming shrub, with great autumn colour.
£13.95

Liquidamber acalycina 'Spinners'
Liquidamber acalycina 'Spinners'
Selected 'Sweetgum' from China growing to a pyramidal shape. Maple like leaves start wine red in spring, are green for summer, turning brilliant long lasting rich burgundy for autumn. Height 2-4 m in 10 years. Avoid chalky soils.
£19.95
Liquidamber styraciflua Thea
Liquidamber styraciflua Thea
A Dutch selection of 'Sweet Gum' with shining green leaves with long central lobes in summer, followed by very deep autumn foliage. Forms a beautiful large tree, which looks good all year. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best on acid or neutral soils.
£19.95

Liquidamber styraciflua Worplesdon   AGM
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Liquidamber styraciflua Worplesdon AGM
A selection of 'Sweet Gum' with long narrow lobes, turning brilliant orange and yellow which lasts well in autumn. One of the best trees for autumn colour. Looks good all year. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best on acid or neutral soils.
£19.95
Magnolia Banana Split
Magnolia Banana Split
NEW. Green pointed buds open to yellow-cream flowers up to 25cm long, with a purple stained midrib. May flowering. An excellent selection made by Philippe de Spoelberch, from a plant raised by August Kehr. (M. brooklynensis 'Woodsman' x M. 'Lennei') x M. 'Elizabeth'. Vigorous upright habit. Height about 4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95

Magnolia Caerhay's Belle  AGM
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Magnolia Caerhay's Belle AGM
Rich blowsy salmon pink flowers up to 30cm wide and displayed sideways in great profusion in March, followed by large decorative pink seed cones, 20cm long. Forms a small to medium sized tree. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils.
£34.95
Magnolia Elizabeth  AGM
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Magnolia Elizabeth AGM
Fragrant cream to soft yellow flowers in late April/early May. The soft yellow flowers gradually fade to cream and the young unfurling leaves open to a dull reddish colour and turn to a dark green upper surface. An excellent deciduous cultivar which is very floriferous. Makes a broad spreading, vigorous small to medium sized tree. Magnolia acuminata was hybridised with M. denudata in 1956 at the Brooklyn...
£34.95

Magnolia Galaxy  AGM
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Magnolia Galaxy AGM
Striking purple pink to red slightly scented flowers in mid to late spring make a stunning statement in the garden. This plant makes a wonderful small to medium sized deciduous tree, initially upright in habit, but maturing to a pyramidal shape. Magnolia liliiflora has been hybridized with many species and has produced fantastic results. William Kosar of the US National Arboretum raised this Magnolia...
£29.95
Magnolia Joli Pompom Semi-Mature Tree
Magnolia Joli Pompom Semi-Mature Tree
New and rare! The clearest and most exquisite white of all magnolias, with a glorious centre of soft rose pink stamens and pale green anthers. Another excellent magnolia bred by Philippe de Spoelbergh. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£79.95

Magnolia Mag's Pirouette  AGM
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Magnolia Mag's Pirouette AGM
NEW. White flowers with the outer tepals shorter than the inner ones, so there's an abundance of small flowers of good substance with a delightful citrus scent, flowering in April. A plant of compact habit, reaching around 3 metres in height. Best in moist acid soils, but will tolerate neutral soils with good organic content. Also known as Magnolia x loebneri Pirouette.
£34.95
Magnolia Norman Gould
Magnolia Norman Gould
Pure white cup shaped flowers with 8-9 tepals, with hint of pink at base in late March and April. Forms a vigorous multi-stemmed tree with prolific flowering from a young age. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. It tolerates neutral and alkaline soils, but grows best in moisture retentive soils with a good humus content. A polyploid selection of Magnolia kobus raised at RHS Wisley using colchinine treatment...
£29.95

Magnolia Pegasus AGM
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Magnolia Pegasus AGM
Pure white candle like flowers with delicate rays of pink-purple at the base. Flowering in April with 6 large upright tepals and 3 smaller outer tepals, with good frost tolerance. Cylindrical red fruiting cones in the autumn. A fast growing upright tree, possibly a hybrid between M. cylindrica and M. denudata, growing 2-4 metres high in 10 years, and then 15m at maturity. Please note this variety...
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Magnolia Princess Margaret Semi-Mature Tree
Magnolia Princess Margaret Semi-Mature Tree
A reliable plant with large red pink globe flowers, which open creamy on the inside in lotus shape during March-April. A tall growing upright plant of good habit reaching 6 metres. Good autumn leaf colour adds extra interest. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best on moist acidic soils.
£79.95

Magnolia Spectrum  AGM
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Magnolia Spectrum AGM
Gorgeous rich pinkish red flowers which are lighter on the inside on a small to medium size deciduous tree, flowering from mid-April to late May. It has an upright habit when young, but develops into a broad pyramidal shape after 15-20 years. Magnolia liliiflora has been hybridized with many species and has produced fantastic results. William Kosar of the US National Arboretum raised this Magnolia...
£34.95
Magnolia stellata
Magnolia stellata
A lovely plant with pure white, large, star-shaped scented flowers in March and April. A native of Japan where it is found in mountain woodland, it is a slow growing small tree or large shrub which rarely exceeds 3m in height. Best in acid or neutral soil, in sun or part shade. Protect from late spring frosts when young, as these can kill every bud, and hence the plant.
£25.95

Magnolia stellata 'Waterlily'  AGM
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Magnolia stellata 'Waterlily' AGM
A selected form of Magnolia stellata with large pure white star-shaped scented flowers March and April. A slow growing shrub which rarely exceeds 3m in height. Protect from late spring frosts when young.
£34.95
Magnolia Susan  AGM
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Magnolia Susan AGM
The flowers are deep red-purple in bud, opening purple pink. Sweetly scented, and free flowering in late April. Compact growing, with a height and spread of 3 metres at maturity. Raised by Francis de Vos and William Kosar at the US National Arboretum in Washington in the mid 1960's, this is one of eight hybrids that they raised named after secretaries who worked at the arboretum or after wives and...
£34.95

Magnolia Tiketare
Magnolia Tiketare
A good late flowering pink variety, with a slowly spreading habit. A fine new variety from New Zealand. Pink cup shaped flowers with darker stripes on the outside, and pure white on the inside. April-May flowering. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95
Magnolia x soulangeana 'San Jose'
Magnolia x soulangeana 'San Jose'
Fragrant rose pink tulip-shaped flowers, with white on the inside. Flowering in late April, it makes a large, broad spreading, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub or small tree. Magnolia x soulangeana is the best known of all the Magnolias with 'cup and saucer' shaped blooms. It was first introduced by Etienne Soulange-Bodin, a cavalry officer in Napoleon's army. In 1820 he crossed Magnolia denudata with...
£34.95

Magnolia x soulangeana 'Verbanica'
Magnolia x soulangeana 'Verbanica'
Pretty rich pink cup-shaped flowers fade to white at the tips of the petals. A later flowering clone flowering in mid April or May. This lovely deciduous plant makes a large shrub or small tree. Magnolia x soulangeana is the best known of all the Magnolias typically with large 'cup and saucer' type blooms. It was first introduced by Etienne Soulange-Bodin, a cavalry officer in Napoleon's army. In 1820...
£34.95
Magnolia Yellow Lantern  AGM
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Magnolia Yellow Lantern AGM
Beautiful tall tulip shaped pale lemon flowers on a fastigiate small tree. Precocious early flowering on young plants during April-May. This deciduous plant flowers before the foliage appears. We have this plant at the entrance to our garden and it always looks fantastic, and creates lots of interest. This hybrid was raised in 1985 by the renowned Phil Savage of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Savage has...
£34.95

Nyssa sylvatica Wisley Bonfire AGM
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Nyssa sylvatica Wisley Bonfire AGM
A medium sized vigorous conical shaped tree with brilliant red autumn colour. Known as tupelo or sour gum in Eastern USA. This good selection was raised at RHS Wisley Gardens. Height 2-3m in 10 years. Best planted on acidic soils.
£19.95
Pieris Carnaval AGM
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Pieris Carnaval AGM
(H5) White urn shaped flowers in panicles during spring on a neat compact growing upright plant. Variegated evergreen leaves with cream edging, red new growth turns green in summer. Flowers best in light and airy position. Height 100-125cm in 10 years. Ideal for patio pots. Requires moist acid soil. A superb new introduction from Holland, name sometimes translated to Pieris Carnival.
£11.95
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