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Shrubs

All plants are grown and sold in a 100mm diameter pot
  • Rosmarinus officinalis 'Chef's Choice'
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    Rosmarinus officinalis 'Chef's Choice'

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    Grown for its form, flower and culinary value, 'Chef's Choice' has a high oil content with a spicy flavour making it perfect for use in the kitchen. In the landscape it has a compact habit (80cm x 1m) and beautiful mid blue flowers in Winter. 'Chef's Choice' lends itself to clipping and can be kept neat and tidy if desired. Requires good drainage and a sunny position. Low water requirement once established. 

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  • Rosmarinus officinalis 'Salem'
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    Rosmarinus officinalis 'Salem'

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    This Rosemary was bred in Salem, North Carolina for a better tolerance of humidity than other Rosemary types. It also is relatively compact 90cm x 60cm and responds well to clipping to shape. 'Salem' is a good oil producer and has rich blue flowers. Prefers well drained soils but is more forgiving of wetter soils than most Rosemary varieties. 'Salem' has a strong upright form lending itself to hedging and more formal applications. 

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  • Ruscus hypoglossum
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    Ruscus hypoglossum
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    Ruscus hypoglossum is a fabulous plant for dry shady areas. Indispensable and very valuable for it will grow in the driest darkest conditions. We have used it many times to solve 'planting issues'. The foliage makes great material for floral arrangements and has its own intriguing botanical twist - the apparent leaves are actually modified stems (cladodes). The flowers then appear in the centre of these cladodes. Grows 1m high x 1m wide. Evergreen perennial that looks more like a shrub. Ruscus can be loosely hedged and looks best en masse. 

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  • Strobilanthes gossypinus
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    Strobilanthes gossypinus
    Strobilanthes gossypinus
    Strobilanthes gossypinus

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    Native to India and Sri Lanka, Strobilanthes gossypinus forms a rounded, dense mound with evergreen leaves covered in silver-grey fur. The word 'gossypinus' means cotton-like in latin, which refers to the masses of shiny hairs on the surface of the leaves, providing a shimmering silvery gold appearance in the sunlight. A designer's dream, this plant looks neat all year round and its unique foliage colour and texture contrasts beautifully along side other plants. We have found Strobilanthes gossypinus to perform well in both full sun and shady situations, whether in the garden or in pots or planters. Tolerates dry conditions and coastal spots where the furry leaves resist salt laden winds. The only requirement for this plant is a frost free environment and free draining soil. Whilst it's foliage is the feature of this plant, it does produce soft mauve, tubular flowers in elongated panicles above the foliage. Grows approximately 1m high x 1.5m wide. 

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  • Viburnum rhytidophyllum
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    Viburnum rhytidophyllum
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    Also known as Leatherleaf Viburnum. Coarsely textured, heavily veined dark green foliage with bronze grey undersides. Fuzzy golden brown stems are a distinguishing feature. Creamy white clusters of showy flowers appear in Spring. Can be grown as a feature, in a mixed shrub border or as an interesting hedge. Viburnum rhytidophyllum grows to 3m and is evergreen. They respond well to creative maintenance and can handle some shade.

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  • Vitex agnus-castus
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    Vitex agnus-castus

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    Native to the Mediterranean this plant is long believed to be an anaphrodisiac leading to its common name - Chaste Tree, but it's effectiveness remains unproven. A deciduous shrub which flowers lavender purple spires in mid-Summer. Grows to around 3m x 3m. Remarkably hardy handling  -20℃ and heat tolerant. Requires a little additional water in dry times. Beautiful. 

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