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Sarcococca confusa

low maintenance, suits any soil . fragrant flowers in December *****

Fothergilla gardenii Blue Mist - The sweet scented flowers are an added bonus .The cream ‘bottle brush’ like flowers emerge from prominent winter buds on bare stems in April.

Cycas revoluta - lovely but not hardy

In the wild Cycas revoluta - Sago Palm is restricted to a few of the islands of the Japanese archipelago but, worldwide, it is the most commonly cultivated cycad.

Fern Tree

Fern Tree, beautiful foliage with distinctive grey, green sheen. Young leaves have reddish stems with a velvety feel.

Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae x 5 for D, and x 6 for L

' robbiae' (Wood Spurge) - This is a tough groundcover for dry shade. Evergreen rosettes of foliage give rise to chartreuse outer-space-like blooms in spring.

viburnum Viburnum × bodnantense 'Dawn':Dense clusters of fragrant, dark pink flowers on bare stems from November to March and toothed, dark green leaves. This upright, deciduous shrub is perfect for perfuming winter walks.

Buy viburnum Viburnum × bodnantense 'Dawn': Delivery by Crocus

Flowering Hawthorne, Hyde Park, London

Our Online Nursery specialises in Mature Trees Shrubs Hedging & Screeningl Also hardy palms, topiary, olives, Japanese acers & bamboo.

Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill'

Dec or Feb flowering Daphne bholua

Stachys 'Silver Carpet'

Find Silver Carpet Lamb's Ears (Stachys byzantina 'Silver Carpet') in Davidsonville, Maryland (MD) at Homestead Gardens (Lambs Ears)

Cotoneaster sp. Deciduous to evergreen trees or shrubs with alternately arranged leaves, small white to deep pink flowers in spring or summer, followed in autumn by usually red berries (that may also be yellowish, pinkish, purple or black in some kinds). They do best in sun and moderately fertile soils that drain well. Their seeds can be upsetting if eaten.

Cotoneaster sp. Deciduous to evergreen trees or shrubs with alternately arranged leaves, small white to deep pink flowers in spring or summer, followed in autumn by usually red berries (that may also be yellowish, pinkish, purple or black in some kinds). They do best in sun and moderately fertile soils that drain well. Their seeds can be upsetting if eaten.

Silverberry shrub - Elaeagnus × ebbingei

Silverberry shrub - Elaeagnus × ebbingei

eryngium pandanifolium - Szukaj w Google

eryngium pandanifolium - Szukaj w Google

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