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Here we present a hand-picked selection of choice and unusual houseplants suitable for growing indoors (a windowsill is often just as good as a conservatory!) or outdoors on the patio in summer. Buy houseplants online direct from our Hampshire nursery.

Here we present a hand-picked selection of choice and unusual houseplants suitable for growing indoors (a windowsill is often just as good as a conservatory!) or outdoors on the patio in summer. Buy houseplants online direct from our Hampshire nursery.

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    AVAILABLE 2019. Now the name Hinton Seedling might lead you to expect something on the small side, but in fact this abutilon will form a medium sized spreading evergreen shrub, ideal for training against a wall or fence, that carries a succession of deep orangey red bell-shaped flowers. Given the right conditions, it will do that for most of the year....

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  • Leila Jackson of T3 Wall End Nursery lends her name to this charming hybrid Abutilon which, among the pointed maple-like foliage, sports large open bell-shaped flowers of orangey yellow with a reddish-brown calyx and delicate deep red markings in the centre of the blooms. Lovely and long-lasting, with a flowering season that runs from early summer to late...

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    MORE COMING SOON. 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...

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    AVAILABLE 2019.An attractive compact version of agave, aka the century plant, that will suit a nice pot, though it is pretty hardy and can be grown outdoors in the southern counties. Cream Spike forms a rosette of sturdy blue green leaves with creamy edging, sometimes tinged pink. Warm sunny spot. Well drained soil. 6 in. 2 litre decorative pot.

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    AVAILABLE 2019.Torch plant is the common name for this hardy aloe, and you will see why when, in late summer, the tubular orangey red flowers dangle on wiry stems above the rosette of white spotted succulent leaves. Spreads by forming new rosettes. Syn. Aloe Ellenbergeri and also sometimes called the bearded aloe. A little hipster, perhaps. Full sun. Well...

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  • An aloe used to the dry heat of South Africa, the handsome Cosmo will ask little of you other than an occasional drop to drink. Forms an elegant rosette of white-dotted succulent leaves and sports a spike of orangey red flowers, often in the winter months. Fairly hardy but best to keep indoors, at least in winter. Sunny or well lit position. Well drained...

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  • This rather stunning new aloe is in fact the result of a cross between Gasteria and Aloe species: the end result is a chunky and characterful plant (the name Tiki Zilla seems somehow appropriate) with pointed broad succulent leaves, dark green streaked and spotted in lighter shades, arranged in a rosette from which, in winter into spring, stiff spikes...

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    Now with a name like White Beauty, you would expect two things of this particular member of the aloe family, and you won't be disappointed on either count. The rosettes of leathery pointed, but non spiky, leaves are heavily suffused with white blotches, leaving little green visible, and yes, it is a thing of beauty indeed, especially when the tubular...

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    Hailing from Mexico, Beaucarnea Recurvata or the pony tail palm, with its distinctive swollen base is actually fairly hardy but is best grown as an indoor or patio plant in the summer. The sprays of arching ribbon like leaves, up to 3 feet long, do indeed remind one of the said pony's tail. In its habitat a small tree, but in a pot it will stay of...

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    AVAILABLE 2019. A real rarity and a spectacular one, at that: this beschorneria forms a rosette of long pointed glossy leaves rather like a yucca and, in summer, throws up tall shocking pink stems from which dangle red cylindrical bells tipped with green. Quite unlike anything else seen in your average garden! Likes the sun. Fertile well drained soil. 4-5...

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    AVAILABLE 2019. Colocasia Black Coral is a real showstopper of a plant, grown for its stunning foliage: the enormous leaves are heart-shaped and virtually black in colour. Not just that, but they are oil-slick glossy and marked with electic blue veining. You will have seen nothing quite like it! Much better than Black Magic. Overwinter frost free. Sun or...

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    COMING SOON. Now here's a succulent with attitude! A gasteria with a great name, Dragon Skin has elongated thick fleshy leaves of dark green, the rough surface of which is marked with lines, streaks and spots of dusty lighter colouration. Stroke the leaves  and you will quickly understand why the name so fits the plant. Easy to look after on a sunny...

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    From South America comes the oddity known as the Buddha’s Belly plant because of the swollen lower part of the stem which is a water storage reservoir. The glossy lobed leaves of Jatropha Podagrica drop in winter but the bright coral red flowers are produced pretty much year round. Tender, so an indoor specimen, at least in winter. Enjoys a light position...

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    AVAILABLE 2019.  Hot afternoons on a terrace overlooking the Mediterranean is what this lovely evergreen shrub evokes. The arching stems of Nerium Oleander are clothed in leathery pointed leaves and bear at their tips clusters of tubular trumpet-like flowers of crimson red. Surprisingly hardy but probably best in a big pot that can be brought in over...

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  • Unusual rather than attractive is how Dr Hessayon described Pachypodium Lamerei, which is perhaps being a little unfair to the succulent commonly called the Madagascar Palm on account of the palm like spray of long leaves that sprouts from the top of a woody - and spiny! - stem or trunk. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we suppose, and we like it,...

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    AVAILABLE 2019. An unusual evergreen low climber which simply refuses to stop producing its clear blue 5-petalled starry flowers. The mid-green leaves are also beautiful, being heart-shaped. Choice is the word for it. Probably best in a pot, as it is wise to bring it inside in winter. Sunny sheltered spot. Fertile well drained soil. To 3 feet. 2 litre...

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