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Cotinus Lady Young 3l Potted Shrub

A Delightful Shrub To Plant In Your Garden For Lovely Paddle-shaped Leaves That Turn Fiery Red In Autumn And Feathery Flowers That Emerge From July Each Year That Looks Like Wisps Of Vapour Giving It The Fond Name The Smoke Tree.this Dwarfing Cultivar Allows You To Grow In A Container If You Don’t Have A Flower Bed. Simply Add Loamy Soil To Your Container And Plant In Autumn To Get Strong Root Growth Over Winter And Impressive Stem Growth In Spring.

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Hydrangea Macrophylla Magical Noblese X1

Add Hydrangea Magical Noblese To Your Garden For Large Green And White Flower Heads. Green Flowers Are At The Height Of Fashion, And Look Great In The Garden As Well As Cut For Vases.   this Easy- Grow Hydrangeas, Happy In Large Pots Or Beds, Puts Up A Wealth Of Pom-pom Flower Heads.bred For Compact, Strong Flowers, These Fully-hardy Hydrangeas Thrive In Moist Soils In Any Part Of The Garden That Doesn’t Get Full Sun. Just Water In, And Add Some Fertiliser Or Bulky Compost Around The Plants. They’ll Then Burst Into Growth And Flower Profusely.hydrangeas Are Ideal For The Back Of The Border, Growing Well In Moist Soils. They Enjoy Damp Conditions So Light Up The Garden Even In The Wettest Summer. Grow Them As A Fitting Backdrop To Your Herbaceous Perennials And Summer Bedding.they Look Gorgeous As Cut Flowers Too For Bringing Colour Indoors. To Extend The Seasonal Interest Leave Some Flower Heads On The Plants Over Winter Where They’ll Look Gorgeous Touched By Frost. 

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Hydrangea Macrophylla Magical Amethyst Blue X1

Grow This Hardy Hydrangea With Two-toned Blue-green Flower Heads For Impact All Through Summer. The Spent Flower Heads Look Lovely In Winter Too.this Easy- Grow Hydrangeas, Happy In Large Pots Or Beds, Puts Up A Wealth Of Pom-pom Flower Heads.bred For Compact, Strong Flowers, These Fully-hardy Hydrangeas Thrive In Moist Soils In Any Part Of The Garden That Doesn’t Get Full Sun. Just Water In, And Add Some Fertiliser Or Bulky Compost Around The Plants. They’ll Then Burst Into Growth And Flower Profusely.hydrangeas Are Ideal For The Back Of The Border, Growing Well In Moist Soils. They Enjoy Damp Conditions So Light Up The Garden Even In The Wettest Summer. Grow Them As A Fitting Backdrop To Your Herbaceous Perennials And Summer Bedding.they Look Gorgeous As Cut Flowers Too For Bringing Colour Indoors. To Extend The Seasonal Interest Leave Some Flower Heads On The Plants Over Winter Where They’ll Look Gorgeous Touched By Frost. 

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Hebe ‘jewel Of The Nile’ 2l

New To 2016. Fantastic Leaf Colour Changes As The Season Progresses Giving All-year-round Interest. Compact And Evergreen, Jewel Of The Nile Boasts Green Glossy Leaves With Pink Edges.consider Growing This Beautiful And Compact Variety In Lieu Of Box Or Lavender If You Live In A Particularly Windy And Exposed Area. The Magic Of This Variety Is That It’s Fully Hardy And Reliable And Grows Compactly So You Can Fit Plants In In Different Parts Of The Garden.keep Shrubs Tidy By Giving Them A Little Trim Each Autumn Or Spring If You Want To Create A Formal Look. Otherwise Keep Unpruned To Allow It To Grow More Loosely And Informally. 

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Hydrangea Paniculata Vanille Fraise 3l Potted Shrub

Large Pyramid Flower-heads Appear Every August On Hardy Perennial Shrubs. The Gorgeous Cream-white Flowers Turn Pink As They Age In Late Summer And Then Deep Raspberry-pink As Into Autumn. The Flower Heads Attract Beneficial Wildlife Into Your Garden Including Honey Bees And Pest-eating Hoverflies.even In The Wettest Summers Vanille Fraise Thrives And Gives You Lots Of Flowers, Lifting Your Mood In Summer Rain Or Shine.the Pyramidal Flower Heads Are Gorgeous Growing On The Hardy Shrubs, And Also Lovely Cut For Vases Indoors To Decorate Your Windowsill, Fire-place Or Tables. how Your Hydrangea Paniculata Vanille Fraise Plant Arrivesin A 3 Litre Pot – Perfect To Plant In Soil In Springthese Plants Arrive In A Pot Within A Box To Keep The Plant Sturdy And Upright. The Soil Area May Be Covered In Sacking Or Polythene To Keep The Soil Moist Which Is Ideal For The Roots.on Arrival Lift The Plant Gently Out Of The Pot To Check There Are Lots Of Roots Showing On The Sides Of The Soil.can’t Plant Straight Away?if You Can't Plant Up Your Rose Plant Straight Away, Remove The Sacking Or Polythene, And Keep Your Potted Plant In A Sunny Position. Keep The Soil Moist By Watering Each Day. Look To Planting Into Its Permanent Position Within 5-7 Days.

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Hydrangea Petiolaris Shrub

Hydrangea Petiolaris Is A Climbing Variety Of Hydrangea That’s Perfect For More Unwelcoming Aspects Of Your Garden Such As A Cold And Shady Wall. It Produces Beautiful White Flowers Which Are Perfectly Complemented By The Dark Green Heart-shaped Leaves That Turn A Good Colour During Autumn. Although Reaching An Eventual Height Of 15m, It Is A Very Slow Growing Climber And Responds Well To Pruning, So You Can Keep It At A Respectable Height Without It Out Growing Its Welcome. Overall, Hydrangea Petiolaris Is An Outstanding Specimen Wall Shrub Which Will Catch The Eye And Inspire Awe.

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Parthenocissus Tri. ‘veitchii’ Shrub

Parthenocissus Tri. ‘veitchii’ Is One Of The Most Spectacular Climbing Plants. It’s Grown Primarily For The Glossy, Bright Green, Deeply Toothed, Three-lobed Leaves Which Turns Vibrant Shades Of Red-purple In Autumn Which More Than Make Up For Its Deciduous Habit. Once Mature Parthenocissus Will Provide Habitats For Wildlife Including Insects And Garden Birds. One Of The Best And Easiest Climbers To Grow But Make Sure You Give It Plenty Of Space And Regular Pruning As It Can Get Out Of Hand, However When Maintained It Produces A Really Grand Plant Which Can Dramatically Transform A Partially Shaded North Or East Facing Wall.

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Heuchera Dark Purple 9cm Potted Shrub

Heuchera – Purple Is A Moist-loving Purple-leaved Perennial, Producing Tall Flower Stems From May .a Fantastic Foil For Emerging White Bulbs Like Snowdrops And Later On Tulips. Great In Beds And Containers Alike.your Heuchera Purple Comes In 9cm Pots – Perfect To Plant In Soil At Any Time Of The Year.these Plants Arrive In A Pot Within A Box To Keep The Plant Sturdy And Upright. The Soil Area May Be Covered In Sacking Or Polythene To Keep The Soil Moist Which Is Ideal For The Roots.on Arrival Lift The Plant Gently Out Of The Pot To Check There Are Lots Of Roots Showing On The Sides Of The Soil.can’t Plant Straight Away?if You Can't Plant Up Your Plant Straight Away, Remove The Sacking Or Polythene, And Keep Your Potted Plant In A Sunny Position. Keep The Soil Moist By Watering Each Day. Look To Planting Into Its Permanent Position Within 5-7 Days.

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Sambucus Nigra Porphyrobphylla ‘black Lace’- Shrub

Sambucus Nigra Porphyrobphylla ‘black Lace’ (synonym Sambucus ‘eva’). Commonly Called Black Elder, These Dark-leaved Shrubs Make A Dramatic Statement In Beds And Borders. The Finely Cut Black Foliage Is The Perfect Foil For Its Sprays Of Pink Flowers That Appear In Early Summer. These Are Followed In Autumn By Dark, Red-black Berries. grow Sambucus ‘black Lace’ In Fertile, Moist But Well Drained Soils. The Foliage Keeps Its Dark Colour Best When Shrubs Are Grown In Full Sun. plantingdig A Hole Large And Deep Enough To Take The Plant’s Root Ball.gently Tap The Plant Out Of Its Pot Without Disturbing The Soil Around The Roots.position The Plant At The Bottom Of The Hole So The Plant’s Crown Is Level With The Surface And Sits At The Same Depth As It Was In The Pot; Make Sure The Roots Are In Direct Contact With The Soil.backfill With The Excavated Soil And Firm In Gently. Water To Settle The Soil Around The Roots.aftercareshrubs Are Easy-care Plants Getting Better Every Year With The Minimum Of Fuss.watering: Water Regularly In The First Few Weeks After Planting And Then Make Sure The Plants Are Kept Moist In Dry Spells.feeding:  Give Shrubs A Boost With A Handful Of Granular Feed Hoed Into The Soil In Spring.pruning:  Prune Sambucus ‘black Lace’ Hard Back To The Base In Early Spring To Encourage Lots Of Fresh New Foliage With The Best Colour. On Established Plants Cut Out Any Congested Stems.your Sambucus Black Lace Shrub Comes In A 3 Litre Pot – Perfect To Plant In Soil At Any Time Of The Year.these Plants Arrive In A Pot Within A Box To Keep The Plant Sturdy And Upright. The Soil Area May Be Covered In Sacking Or Polythene To Keep The Soil Moist Which Is Ideal For The Roots.on Arrival Lift The Plant Gently Out Of The Pot To Check There Are Lots Of Roots Showing On The Sides Of The Soil.can’t Plant Straight Away?if You Can't Plant Up Your Pl