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PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CAN PROBABLY SOURCE MOST SHRUBS AND CLIMBERS – including a very wide range of Clematis – THAT ARE NOT LISTED HERE AT PRICES WELL BELOW WHAT YOU WOULD PAY AT A GARDEN CENTRE – ASK US AND WE WILL SEE WHAT WE CAN DO! Buy shrubs online direct from our Hampshire nursery.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CAN PROBABLY SOURCE MOST SHRUBS AND CLIMBERS – including a very wide range of Clematis – THAT ARE NOT LISTED HERE AT PRICES WELL BELOW WHAT YOU WOULD PAY AT A GARDEN CENTRE – ASK US AND WE WILL SEE WHAT WE CAN DO! Buy shrubs online direct from our Hampshire nursery.

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  • Rare and exquisitely beautiful. Abutilon Red Tiger is unquestionably the choicest of flowering maples with its bell shaped red-veined orangey yellow flowers dangling among the rather jagged foliage from long lax branches, like so many delicate Tiffany lampshades. Give it a sheltered spot, possibly against a wall, and it will flower almost constantly from...

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    SORRY, CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. The hardiest of these lovely shrubs, Abutilon Vitifolium grows well against a wall or as a free-standing specimen in a sheltered spot. The large saucer-shaped light mauve flowers are borne profusely in summer, offset by large greyish-green felted leaves. Any reasonably fertile well drained soil. To 10 feet. 2 litre pot.

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  • This is the classic Mimosa tree, known for its fragrant fluffy bright yellow flowers in the spring, but looking very lovely at any time of year with its feathery ferny foliage which is evergreen. Acacia Dealbata grows quickly and will soon form a spectacular small tree. Sheltered sunny spot. Neutral to acid soil.  6 feet plus. 2 litre pot.

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  • Pleasingly different from your usual Acacias is this species, which has long willow-like leaves of a bluish grey-green colour and the distinction of flowering off and on throughout the year. Grow Acacia Retinodes in a sheltered spot or try it in as a conservatory shrub. Neutral to acid soil. 2 litre pot.

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    COLLECTION OR LOCAL DELIVERY ONLY. We normally have in stock grafted Acers (Japanese maples) in a range of varieties and sizes, to include both mound-forming and more upright types. Generally these are in 7 litre pots. Enquire re availability.

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    NEXT AVAILABILITY SUMMER 2017. An evergreen shrub of arching habit which will amaze and delight you from spring into summer with its dangling clusters of pink urn-shaped flowers with striking crimson veining just like some particularly exotic kind of chinese lantern. It will need protection from sub-zero temperatures, but it's worth the effort. Prefers a...

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  • A lovely small tree, despite its tongue-twister of a name, whose acacia-like ferny leaves are delightful in themselves, with the added bonus of fluffy clumps of rosy pink flowers when planted in a sunny sheltered spot. Can be grown against a wall. Deciduous. Any well drained soil. To 20 feet. 2 litre pot.

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  • The leaves of this small woody shrub have the most extravagant aroma when rubbed between the fingers or even just brushed against – we think it is best described as lemon sherbert. In summer loose sprays of purplish white flowers appear at the tips of the stems. Can be grown outdoors or indoors. Sunny spot. Any well drained, even dry, soil. To 5 feet. 9cm...

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  • A charming slender upright evergreen or semi-evergreen sub-shrub from the Cape province of South Africa with airy lobed foliage and, from mid-summer to autumn (and often beyond!), a profusion of open flowers like a miniature hibiscus in pink with magenta centres. Give it a sunny sheltered spot. Any well drained soil. To about 5 feet or a little more. 2...

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  • Southernwood or Lad’s Love are the common names of this rather neglected but very lovely shrub whose fine grey-green foliage has a pungent aromatic scent when crushed. Late summer sees it covered in yellowish daisy-like flowers. Semi-evergreen. Sun. Well drained soil. 3 feet. 2 litre pot. 

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  • Grow blueberries on your patio with this new very compact variety which will form a small rounded shrub with foliage that turns bright orange in autumn. White flowers in spring are followed by plump firm blue berries in mid to late summer. Self-fertile variety but more prolific if there are two or more plants. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 18 to...

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  • DWARF! Now most people (and butterflies) like buddleia, but it can get a bit too big for the average garden. Problem solved – this cheerful little chap only gets to two or three feet tall, comes into flower earlier than traditional varieties and keeps going. Nice shade of magenta as billed. Really good in a pot. Sun or semi-shade. 36 in. Any well drained...

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  • DWARF! Now most people (and butterflies) like buddleia, but it can get a bit too big for the average garden. Problem solved – this cheerful little chap only gets to around two to three feet tall, comes into flower earlier than traditional varieties and keeps going. The conical flower spikes are a lovely shade of sky blue: no surprise there, then. Really...

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    AVAILABLE EARLY SUMMER 2017. A less commonly seen species of buddleia, and flowering at the other end of the season, Buddleia Globosa - aka the golfball bush - is a large rounded shrub with crinkled dark green lance shaped leaves. Early summer sees it festooned with orange to yellow spherical flowerheads: quite a spectacle if you've not seen one before....

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  • Here we have a surprising twist on the common Buddleia Davidii, being a cross between that and B. Globosa. The result is a splendid shrub with spectacular flowering spikes made up of rounded clusters in a glorious shade of yellow from late summer into autumn. Scented and much loved by butterflies. Full sun. Most soils. To 12 feet. 2 litre pot.

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  • Unique this new buddleia certainly is, being very different to the butterfly bushes you normally come across. It is fast growing but compact, forming a bushy shrub which is covered with clusters of bluish mauve flowers from summer through to autumn. Well suited to a big patio pot. An added bonus is that it is sterile and won’t self-seed! Sun or...

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    SORRY, CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. The bottlebrush tree, but in miniature, is what we have here. Little John is not an ironic name and, unlike his Sherwood Forest counterpat, he is a compact little chap, with evergreen leaves densely clothing the stems, along which appear clusters of the vibrant red mini-bottlebrushes in early summer. Sunny sheltered spot....

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  • A distinctive shade for a bottlebrush, and a rather lovely name too. Expect the usual arching stems and willowy evergreen leaves, with those distinctively coloured flowers (lilac pink is a good description of them) appearing in spring into summer. Sunny sheltered spot. Any reasonable soil. To 6 feet or more. 2 litre pot.

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  • Why, we wonder, is this shrub, Californian allspice to its friends, so seldom seen over here? We don’t know, because it is certainly an attractive shrub with lance-shaped leaves and wonderfully scented deep red flowers that look like miniature water lilies. Sun or semi-shade. Likes moist rich soil. To 10 feet. 2 litre pot.

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  • This is a more compact version of the Indian Bean Tree, forming a rounded, rather umbrella-shaped specimen with splendidly large three-lobed leaves. From a tender age it will produce clusters of frilly creamy yellow foxglove-like flowers in late summer, followed by slender dangling seed pods. Open sunny position. Moist but well drained soil. Prune to keep...

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  • Cestrum Elegans is, as its name suggests, an elegant thing, a vigorous evergreen shrub with an arching habit that comes into its own in summer into autumn when it produces clusters of tubular flowers which vary between crimson and purplish-pink. Eye-catching. May need some protection in winter in colder areas. Sun or semi-shade. Any well drained soil. To...

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    READY EARLY SUMMER 2017. COLLECTION OR LOCAL DELIVERY ONLY DUE TO SIZE. If you like sweet black cherries, you will like Sunburst, which produces a heavy crop of large very dark fruits in July or August (depending on the seasonal weather!), which won't last long in the fruit bowl, as they are so delicious. Self-fertile. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable...

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  • A bit of a breakthrough, Apple Blossom is the first Choisya to sport bi-coloured pink and white flowers which open from masses of pink buds in spring to early summer, with the bonus of a lovely honeyed scent to add to its attractions. The evergreen foliage is also distinctive, being altogether finer and more filigree in nature than your average Choisya...

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  • Justifiably popular evergreen shrubs that have multi-fingered glossy leaves and - in early and often again in late summer – profuse clusters of honey-scented white flowers. Ternata has green foliage, Sundance is golden yellow. Enjoys the sun. Fertile well drained soil. 5 to 6 feet.

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