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Shrubs

All plants are grown and sold in a 100mm diameter pot
  • Punica granatum 'Kazake'
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    Punica granatum 'Kazake'

    Buy 1 for $14.00 / Buy 5 for $60.00

    Pomegranates are cultivated around the world and have multiple uses - fruit, medicinal, aesthetic. It is an ancient fruit originating in Persia, first recorded cultivation 2000 B.C. Pomegranates thrive with hot dryish Summers and cool Winters. They are tolerant of drought, poor soil and cold to -10 °C. They make very interesting aesthetics in the landscape with bright orange flowers and "alien" looking fruit. 

    'Kazake' is compact in form with rosy red fruit. It is the best variety for cooler areas. Originally from Uzbekistan.  

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  • Punica granatum 'Mini Magic'
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    Punica granatum 'Mini Magic'

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    A true compact Pomegranate. Flowers heavily with bright orange flowers during Spring - Summer. The smallest of the Pomegranates we have grown at 30cm x 30cm. Fits in nicely anywhere whether it be a courtyard, balcony or garden. Makes a great pot specimen. Small fruits that look like they come from another planet. Tough, hardy and deciduous. 

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  • Punica granatum 'Wonderful'
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    Punica granatum 'Wonderful'

    This variety is the mainstay of Californian Pomegranate commercial production. It was first identified in the late 1800s. 'Wonderful' is a vigorous cultivar which is noted for its exceptionally large fruit with a superb tangy flavour. Requires hot temperatures in Summer for best fruiting. The flowers are scarlet orange and the leaves bright glossy green. Beautiful yellow Autumnal foliage. Frost hardy, drought tolerant and very ornamental. 4m high x 3m wide. 

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  • Sambucus 'Black Beauty'
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    Sambucus 'Black Beauty'

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    Winner of the prestigious 'Award of Garden Merit' from the RHS. Tough and adaptable. Sambucus 'Black Beauty' is a large shrub or small tree to 2.5m tall and 1.5m wide (can be maintained as a small shrub). Its deeply dissected deep purple inky black leaves make a wonderful contrast to surrounding foliage when grown as a feature plant. The flowers are pinkish purple, umbel in form and lemon scented berries are edible and have been made into jam, cordial and wine. 

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  • Sambucus Black Tower Shrubs
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    Sambucus Black Tower Shrubs
    Sambucus Black Tower Shrubs
    Sambucus Black Tower Shrubs

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    A new variety of Black Elder which has strongly upright columnar form to 2.5m high x 1m wide. New olive green foliage becomes intense dark burgundy. Large pink flower heads in Summer followed by blackish red berries. Requires well drained soil and full sun to part shade. Deciduous.

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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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  • Teucrium scorodonia
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    Teucrium scorodonia

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    A botanically unusual low spreading mound forming evergreen perennial with apple green suede textured foliage. The edges of the leaves are rough and crinkled similar to sage. In Summer spikes of pale yellow/cream flowers add further interest. 30cm high x 60cm wide. Best in half sun or semi-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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