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  1. Acacias are native throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world and particularly Africa and Australia. Renown as the "Florist's" Mimosa, for its beautiful and fragrant yellow flowers and very attractive fern like silvery green foliage. Acacia dealbata is a beautiful tree and is the only one that is to any degree hardy in the Uk and then generally only in the south, in a sunny sheltered location. I have seen a few trees of mature size around the south of the Uk. so they probably survive our less cold winters quite well. In more northern and cooler areas it can successfully be grown as a conservatory plant. Avoid shallow chalky soils as this plant will quickly become chlortoic. Without pruning this plant will become a small tree, however it can be pruned to a medium size bush or even a conservatory size plant without harm. Can be used in a mixed planting or as a stand alone specimen in the garden or can easily be grown in a pot or container, however the container must not be allowed to freeze. Definitely grows better in full sun and fertile well drained soil based compost. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 8-9 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.

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  2. The Lilacs are perhaps the most iconic of late spring flowering shrubs. Originally arising from south east Europe to China and Japan with the variety vulgaris as one of the most intensively bred of all species, with over 2000 different cultivars and more arising every year. No one can discuss Syringia vulgaris without mentioning Victor Lemoine and his son Emile who, at their nursery in Nancy, France, raised many of today's cultivars. Syringa vulgaris Michael Buchner was one of these, introduced in 1885, it is a superb large hardy shrub with glossy green leaves and with many dense panicles of richly fragrant pale rosy lilac double flowers in May and June. A reliable cultivar of great merit. Lilacs prefer full sun but will flourish in partial shade. They are not fussy as to soil as long as it is reasonably well drained. They are excellent in chalky soil. Old flowering wood should be pruned out as soon as the flowers are finished and harder pruning can be undertaken at the same time if required. Lilacs take 2-3 years to reach full flowering potential. This plant can be planted as part of a mixed border or as a stand alone specimen in the garden or a container. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 12-14 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost. . -lindheimeri-the-bride.html sthash.qjSmnePo.dpuf'> http://www.sarahraven.com/shop/ - ..

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  3. The peace lily (Spathiphyllum) is one of the most commonly known houseplants. Peace lilies are shiny green leafed plants that bloom normally spring through summer. In warmer climates some species of Spathiphyllum are suitable humid shade borders.

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  4. This is perhaps one of the most common of garden plants. Very hardy and robust yet striking by virtue of the bold yellow variegation. A very adaptable small evergreen shrub. This plant can be used in a mixed planting, as ground cover, or a high quality low hedge. Euonymus fortunei Gold Harlequin is a relatively new variety. The leaves have an attractive yellow speckled effect. Ideal individually or in mixed pots or containers. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a goodquality JohnInnes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty typesof compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. Werecommend Osmoscote pro 12 - 14 month applied in the early spring. One application givesall the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost. This plant is very popular for one good reason; it does with simple reliability everything it says on the label ..

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  5. The species Miscanthus sinensis is native to mountainous and lowland areas throughout Japan as well as China and Korea. Miscanthus sinensis Goliath is a lovely grass, forming large clumps of narrow, arching, green leaves with pale midribs. Large red, turning silver grey plumes are produced in mid to late summer. The foliage turns to red/orange in autumn and lasts through much of the winter. Ideal as statement plant as part of a mixed border to in pots and containers. If planting in pots or containers use a humus rich compost and ensure the pot is well drained. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 8-9 month applied in the early spring at 2/3rds of the recommended rate. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. Osmocote and professional grade peat composts are available in our online shop. Do not allow this plant to dry out during the growing seasonFor more in .

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  6. Viola odorata is native to large areas of Europe and Asia. The cultivation of this wonderful little plant can be traced back as far as the Ancient Greeks, where the Violet was an emblematic flower of Aphrodite and also of her son Priapus, the deity of gardens and generation. A superb plant with many uses in addition to that of being a beautiful, dainty, garden plant. Sweetly scented, violet-blue, edible flowers appear from February to March. Foliage is heart shaped and bright green. Sweet Violets are excellent for naturalising in shady woodland gardens or herbaceous borders which are moist and well drained, with a humus rich soil. The exquisitely scented blooms make delightful cut flower posies, are excellent when chrystallised or add to a salad bowl. They can also be used to adorn cakes, desserts and iced drinks. All in one plant, beat that for adaptability Easy to grow, prefers a shady location but will survive in sunny, constantly moist, easily draining location. Remove dead heads to encourage more flowers. Will not do well in dry soils. Can be cut back to the foliage base once the flowers are finished. This plant can be used in a container. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a good quality compost. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 8-9 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year.

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  7. The species Miscanthus sinensis is native to mountainous and lowland areas throughout Japan as well as China and Korea. Miscanthus sinensis Kleine Font?ne is a superb grass forming clumps of narrow, green leaves with a central stripe. Large reddish brown plumes are produced in abundance, rather later than most Miscanthus. The plumes turn a vibrant silver with age. The foliage turns to red/orange in autumn and last through much of the winter. Ideal as statement plant as part of a mixed border to in pots and containers. If planting in pots or containers use a humus rich compost and ensure the pot is well drained. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 8-9 month applied in the early spring at 2/3rds of the recommended rate. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. Osmocote and professional grade peat composts are available in our online shop. Do not allow this plant to dry out during the growing seasonFor more in .

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  8. Ligularia dentata is native to China and Japan. It is an imposing, clump-forming perennial that is grown as much for its foliage as for its flowers. Midnight Lady is a very impressive cultivar with huge, long stalked, leathery, rounded, bronze leaves that form the basal clump and stand well above the ground. Daisy like, orange/yellow flowers with brownish-yellow centers are produced in loose corymbs on, almost leafless dark stalks that rise above the foliage in early summer and are attractive to Butterflies and Bees. Requires a shady location with constant moisture. Especially good in woodland areas, beside ponds and streams or in boggy soil. Excellent in a mixed planting, or in groups. Can easily be grown in a pot or other container but shade a moisture conditions must be met. Use a good quality compost to which. Feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 8-9 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. .

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  9. Originating from the Andes area of South America the Escallonias have long been favoured plants in our parks and gardens. They are tolerant of almost everything except waterlogged soil. With attractive evergreen leaves and an abundance of flower in late summer to early autumn you could hardly ask more of a plant Escallonia Iveyi is an accidental hybrid between Escallonia bifida and Escallonia x exoniensis and was named after one of the gardeners on the estate in Cornwall where it was discovered. A superb large plant it has large glossy green leaves. Panicles of white bell shaped fragrant flowers are produced in late summer and autumn in abundance. As well as being tolerant of chalky soil, seaside and industrial location, this plant also makes an excellent evergreen hedge with the added bonus of a mass of flowers. It is easy to see why these fantastic plant have been so widely planted This plant can be used in a mixed planting, stand alone, or in a container. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 12-14 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.

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  10. A well known species as the Caryopteris provides flowers late in the year when there are few other flowering shrubs. In addition this variety has beautiful yellow foliage. It is less vigorous than the green leaved varieties. This plant can be used in a mixed planting or as a stand alone specimen in the garden or can easily be grown in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 12-14 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.

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  11. Solidago are mostly native to North America with a few species from South America and Eurasia. Commonly named Goldenrod, they are grown for their bright yellow or gold flowers. They are excellent for autumn colour and are very attractive to bees and butterflies Golden Child is a hybrid Solidago, orginally bred for the cut flower market, however it has also become a very popular garden variety. Striking, tiny, bright yellow flowers are borne in dense, horizontal, plume like panicles on the ends of upright, rigid, long stems. This plant can be used in a mixed planting or in a container. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 8-9 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.

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  12. Native to Siberia, northern China, Korea and Japan Dicentra spectablis, as it used to be known until recently, is one of the most popular of traditional garden plants, Lamprocapnos spectabilis Alba burst into flower in late spring. Plants form a bushy, upright mound of light green foliage, with an almost fern like appearance. Dangling white locket shaped flowers are held on arching stems, and are excellent as a cut flower. Performs best in a rich, moist soil with partial shade, and protection from hot afternoon sun. After flowering, the plants should be pruned back to 15cm to rejuvenate the foliage. They will die back by mid summer only to reappear the following spring This plant is best used in a mixed planting in the garden or a container. If you are growing in a pot or other container ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 5-6 month applied in the early spring. One application gives the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.

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  13. Astible arendsii hybrids involve crosses between A. chinensis, A. japonica, A. thunbergii and A. astilboides and are named after George Arends (1862-1952 Germany). They are ever popular clump forming perennials which feature graceful, fern-like mounds, usually with sharply toothed leaflets, and tiny flowers densely packed onto erect, often arching, plume like flower panicles, rising above the foliage on slender, upright stems, producing a dense, almost cloud like effect, that appers to shimmer in the wind. Astileb do not like sunny locations so excellent for semi or full shade locations with plenty of organic matter and moisture. A mass planting of Astible is a pleasure rarely forgotten Astilbe arendsii Fanal is a compact cultivar with perhaps the darkest red flowers of any Astilbe held aloft on upright stems. Leaves emerge bronze, turning dark green tinged red later. A Very fragrant attractive Astilbe Can be planted in a pot or other container. Use a good quality compost and ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 5-6 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year.

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  14. Callistemon are found in the wild only in Australia and Tasmania. They were introduced to the UK as a garden plant around 1798. A magnificent sight to behold when in full flower. Long bottle brush shaped flowers of bright crimson red with prominent stamens cover the plant in spring. The leaves are stiff and thin and wreath the branches which have a slightly arching habit the combination of the two makes for quite a handsome plant even when not in flower. Callistemon are not that hardy and can only really be grown outside in the south of the Uk. in a sunny sheltered location. In more northern areas they are best grown in pots and moved into a greenhouse or similar during winter They can be used in a mixed planting as a central specimen plant or in a container. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 12-14 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.For more in .

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  15. There can be few who have never seen a Camellia and been struck by the sheer beauty and volume of flowers even if they did not know what it was Originally introduced from China and Japan this is the family of plants that tea is harvested from but sadly NOT this variety so please don't try (The tea plant is Camellia sinensis. Hope to offer these next year). Stunning large flowers are generally produced on mass in spring and are set in front of beautiful glossy green foliage that lasts all year. Elegans is an old and well proven variety having been introduced around 1882. Beautiful deep peach pink large anemone shaped flowers. As the open flowers can be damaged by early sun on frost it is best to plant in a location sheltered from one or both. They will grow remarkably well in quite heavy shade. If there are signs of chlorosis feed with a Rhododendron/Azalea tonic to lock up the free calcium that causes chlorosis in Ericaceous plants.This plant can be used in a mixed planting with other species or often other Camellias as a stand alone specimen in the garden or can easily be grown in a pot or other container. Use a good quality Ericaceous John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 5-6 month applied in the spring as the buds begin to break one application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.For more in

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  16. Convallaria majalis is native to Europe but has escaped gardens and naturalised over large areas of the USA. A rhizomatous herbaceous perennial that forms an indefinitely spreading ground cover. It has been grown in the Uk for centuries. Much prized for it delicious fragrance, delightful flowers and foliage and excellent ground cover abilities in heavy shade. Each plant produces 2 to 3 parallel-veined lanceolate ovate to elliptic green leaves. In spring, small, waxy, nodding, white, bell shaped flowers appear on slightly arching stems. The flowers are highly valued for their sweet fragrance. The flowers are often followed by round orange red berries. A Very fragrant popular traditional English cottage garden plant. Can be planted in a pot or other container. Use a good quality compost and ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 5-6 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. Place the container on shade and ensure it never dries out. As previously mentioned, this plant has been (and cotinues to be) Very fragrant extensively cultivated in gardens across Europe and the USA, however gardeners with young children should be aware that all parts of this plant are Very fragrant poisonous. They contain cardiac glycosides.

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  17. This is perhaps one of the most common of garden plants. Very hardy and robust yet striking by virtue of the bold yellow variegation. A very adaptable small evergreen shrub. This plant can be used in a mixed planting as ground cover or a high quality low hedge The new spring growth is a lighter yellow contrasts with the established foliage and in winter it will often develop an attractive pink tinge. Ideal individually or in mixed pots or containers. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 12 - 14 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost. This plant is very popular

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  18. The original species was introduced by Harold Hillier, however these modern cultivars are the products of intensive plant breeding Coprosma make a stunning addition to any patio display, or in the south of the Uk. in a sheltered south facing location protected from harsh weather, a garden border. Except in the south, as just described, this plant is best grown in a container which can be brought inside for winter. Use a good quality well drained compost. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 12-14 month applied at 3/4 the recommended rate in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires ..

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  19. Ceanothus are native to much of the Americas and are particularly abundant in the wild in California. They are a well known and widely planted shrub with many varieties. Puget Blue is a hardy evergreen variety, raised sometime before 1945 at the University of Wahsington Arboretum, Seattle USA. Possibly a hybrid between C. impressus and C. papillosus which forms a dense medium size shrub with ovate green leaves and deep blue flowers in abundance over a long period from spring until mid summer. It is not very tolerant of chalky or wet soil but thrives in coastal locations. This plant can be used in a mixed planting or as a stand alone specimen in the garden or a container. If planting in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 12-14 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost. .

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  20. A delightful non invasive, extremely hardy, semi-evergreen grass originating in Europe and Russia. Tufted clumps of silvery blue which have good colour retention and are hardy in the most extreme climates and exposed locations. Pannicles of attractive silvery green flowers are produced in summer. Very narrow tufted leaves of silvery green shimmer with the slightest movement. Carex Frosted Curls looks delightful tumbling out of a container or over the edge of a retaining wall. Easy to grow, this semi-evergreen grass forms rounded clusters - See more at: http://www.bluestoneperennials.com/CAFC.html sthaThirves in moist, poorer soils and prefers a little shade in hot sunny weather. This plant can be used in a mixed planting or as a stand alone specimen in the garden or a container. If planting in a pot or other small container. Ensure you feed sparingly. We recommend Osmoscote pro 8-9 month applied at 1/2 the recommended rate in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. Do not allow the pot or containers to dry out.

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