The evergreen low divide which has been a major feature of the British garden for hundreds of years. Trim to requirements. An expensive item but a fantastic investment for life.
A new red hydrangea which will make a marvellous screen or hedge. Dead flower heads can be dried and used for flower arranging. Plant 1m apart for best results.
Evergreen hedging for both sun and shade with berries in winter. Plant 60cm apart.
Each plant makes a fragrant Lavender bush, height only 30-40 cm, spread 50-60cm. Plant en masse to produce ground cover/low screening as illustrated.
Evergreen. New foliage is vivid red which turns dark glossy green. Trim for regular red foliage. Makes an attractive hedge. Ht. 2.5m. Spread. 2m.
A mass of White flowers in summer followed by Orange-Red berries throughout the autumn. A trouble-free, effortless hedge. Evergreen. Pot Grown 25-30cm plants supplied. Plant 45cm apart.