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Bushy small shrub, usually evergreen, whose glossy green leaves are bronze when young. Lilac pink flowers over a long period from summer to autumn. Good for most soil conditions but best kept away from cold winds.
Bushy medium sized shrub, usually evergreen whose glossy green leaves are bronze when young. White slightly fragrant flowers are tinged pale pink. Good for most soil conditions but best kept away from cold winds.
Bushy medium sized shrub, usually evergreen with small pale pink flowers; leaves turn purplish in winter. Good for most soil conditions but best kept away from cold winds.
June Berry. A lovely multi-stemmed shrub ideal for smaller areas, or en masse as a hedge or screen. White flowers coincide with spring bulbs; fruits in autumn turn from red to black as its leaves fade to a golden colour.
Japanese Angelica Tree. Small suckering deciduous tree or large shrub with spiny stems and large green leaves composed of many leaflets that take on bright shades of orange and yellow in autumn. Large heads of frothy white flowers in late summer and autumn are followed by purple black berries.
Spotted laurel. Female variety; medium sized evergreen shrub with glossy green leaves blotched with bright yellow. A tough plant for full sun to deep shade and general inhospitable locations.
Rounded evergreen self-fertile shrub with glossy leaves, smaller than the species. A tough plant for full sun to deep shade and general inhospitable locations. Flowers purple but insignificant. Red berries in winter.
Spotted Laurel. Glossy toothed leaves spotted green and gold on this evergreen shrub. A tough plant for full sun to deep shade and general inhospitable locations. Flowers purple but insignificant. Red berries in winter if pollinated by a male.
Dense evergreen shrub with bright yellow flowers in spring followed by purple blue berries.
Barberry. Its dark green, glossy, holly like leaves make this strong growing, upright shrub ideal for planting as a specimen or as an informal hedge. The yellow/orange flowers appear earlier than other Berberis and are followed by blue/purple berries in autumn.
Arching stems of spiny leaves, dark green above and white underneath. Pale yellow flowers are followed by purple berries.
Small dense evergreen bushy with purple young growth that turns dark green and sharply spiny later on. Small yellow flowers in spring
Dense evergreen with spiny stems and clusters of lightly scented flowers in late spring.
Evergreen spiny shrub with richly scented flowers in spring followed by blue/black berries.
Dense arching spiny shrub whose bright green foliage turns wonderful shades of orange and red in autumn. Cup shaped yellow flowers are followed by red berries.