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Winter Daphne Large - Daphne odora (green leaf) from World Garden Plants

Winter Daphne Large - Daphne odora (green leaf) Daphne odora. Winter Daphne. Lily-like scented large plants. This is one of our favourite garden plants as it is one of the first scented flowering plants to flower in early Spring. The scent is strong and lily-like and with its evergreen leaves is a perfect garden plant. When mature it is not detrimental to snip the odd piece off and bring inside to bring the scent inside to fill the house of this magical lily-like scent. Best planted near the house or on the pathway to the house to enjoy the fragrance of the flowers. Flowering time: January to March (depending on weather) Pale pink flowers open from purple-pink buds, dark green leaves. Garden care: Keep pruning to a minimum since the plant is susceptible to die-back. Where necessary after flowering, very lightly trim to remove misplaced branches and to maintain a compact habit. Position: full sun or partial shade. Soil: moderately fertile, well-drained, humus-rich soil. Resents transplanting. Rate of growth: slow-growing. Hardiness: Hardy when planted in the ground and mulched annually. Not hardy if container grown, therefore bring inside / protect. Eventual Height: 1.5m Eventual Spread: 1.5m in 8-10 years. Suggested Plant Uses: City / Courtyard Gardens, Cottage / Informal Garden, Flowers Borders and Beds, Low Maintenance, Patio/Container Plants or Wall-side Borders. CAUTION: Harmful if eaten/skin irritant. PLEASE NOTE: These plants are not in flower / bud now, but are in active leaf growth. Features Supplied: 1 x 5 Litre pot



Agave havardiana Size: Sold in an 8 litre pot from Athelas Plants

Agave havardiana Size: Sold in an 8 litre pot Excellent, super-hardy architectural agave with long bulbous fleshy, and beware, spiky leaves that grow from a central rosette. Ideal for Arid planting areas and rockeries.



Yucca gloriosa Size: Sold in an 8 litre pot from Athelas Plants

Yucca gloriosa Size: Sold in an 8 litre pot A handsome architectural yucca plant. Ideal for dry sunny borders and gardens by the sea. The Spanish dagger makes an impressive thick-stemmed plant, rarely branching and crowned with a thick clump of sharp-pointed leaves. Looks excellent in a pot for the patio. As with all Arid plants free-draining soil is essential.



Yucca filamentosa and#039;Variegataand#039; - Variegated Yucca filamentosa Size: Sol from Athelas Plants

Yucca filamentosa and#039;Variegataand#039; - Variegated Yucca filamentosa Size: Sol A much under-rated and under-used arid plant, that proves very hardy and very reliable.



Callistemon citrinus and#039;Splendensand#039; - Bottlebrush Size: Sold in a 3 litre from Athelas Plants

Callistemon citrinus and#039;Splendensand#039; - Bottlebrush Size: Sold in a 3 litre Bushy bottlebrush with linear to lance-shaped, dark green leaves. In summer, bears deep red flowers in numerous spikes.



Callistemon and#039;White Anzacand#039; Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (40cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Callistemon and#039;White Anzacand#039; Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (40cm tall) Bushy evergreen callistemon with pure white flowers. Peak flowering occurs in late spring. Pruning is recommended after flowering to remove spent flowers and encourage an attractive growth habit.



Cordyline australis Variagata Size: Sold in a 8 litre pot (60cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Cordyline australis Variagata Size: Sold in a 8 litre pot (60cm tall) The variegated Cordyline or Torbay Dazzler is often mistaken for a Palm tree, but in fact Cordylines are actually trees native to New Zealand. As with all Cordylines, this variagated Cordyline will grow very fast once established and grows to become a tall tree some 6m (18ft) tall. The Torbay Dazzler will perform very nicely in windy, exposed environments where most other big structural plants and palms struggle. Requires very little looking once established, watering is generally unnecessary and feeding is rarely necessary unless potted in a container. If so water Torbay Dazzler regularly throughout dry spells and feed monthly from late May to early September.



Yucca elephantipes Size: Sold at 1m tall from Athelas Plants

Yucca elephantipes Size: Sold at 1m tall Has softer tipped leaves then other varieties. Vigorous growing Yucca with multiple thick trunks with stiff, leathery leaves and panicles of creamy white flowers, makes a great architectural plant. Very attractive indoors or out. Is salt tolerant.



Schefflera arboricola and#039;Variegataand#039; Size: Sold in a 20 litre pot (1.5m from Athelas Plants

Schefflera arboricola and#039;Variegataand#039; Size: Sold in a 20 litre pot (1.5m Schefflera arboricola or the Umbrella plant is a reliable and trusted indoor plant. Featuring an open braided trunk and a dense top of shiny, green and yellow striped leaves which droop gracefully from a central stem. Try to keep at a consistent indoor temperature in a light open space, ideally out of strong direct sunlight.



Tulbaghia violacea Size: Sold in a 3 litre pot (30cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Tulbaghia violacea Size: Sold in a 3 litre pot (30cm tall) Tulbaghia is a South African native closely related to the Agapanthus. Tulbaghia is a clump-forming perennial that has beautiful pinkish-mauve tubular flowers on tall stems throughout summer. Tulbaghia is most renowned for its strong garlic smell from the crushed leaves or stems. A very subtle and handsome plant that works really well at the front of a mixed border, in a pot, or in dry gardens and rockeries.



Daphne odora Aureomarginata. Highly Scented! - 2 x 2 Litre pots from World Garden Plants

Daphne odora Aureomarginata. Highly Scented! - 2 x 2 Litre pots Daphne odora Aureomarginata.



Daphne odora Aureomarginata. Highly Scented! - Large plant 1 x 5 Litre pot from World Garden Plants

Daphne odora Aureomarginata. Highly Scented! - Large plant 1 x 5 Litre pot This is one of our



Daphne odora Aureomarginata. Highly Scented! - 1 x 2 Litre pot from World Garden Plants

This is one of our favourite garden plants as it is one of the first scented flowering plants to flower in early Spring. The scent is strong and lily-like and with its evergreen leaves is a perfect garden plant. When mature it is not detrimental to snip the odd piece off and bring inside to bring the scent inside to fill the house of this magical lily-like scent. Best planted near the house or on the pathway to the house to enjoy the fragrance of the flowers. Flowering time: January to March (depending on weather) Pale pink flowers open from purple-pink buds, dark green leaves with yellow margins. Garden care: Keep pruning to a minimum since the plant is susceptible to die-back. Where necessary after flowering, very lightly trim to remove misplaced branches and to maintain a compact habit. Position: full sun or partial shade. Soil: moderately fertile, well-drained, humus-rich soil. Resents transplanting. Rate of growth: slow-growing. Hardiness: Hardy when planted in the ground and mulched annually. Not hardy if container grown, therefore bring inside / protect. Eventual Height: 1.5m Eventual Spread: 1.5m in 8-10 years. Suggested Plant Uses: City / Courtyard Gardens, Cottage / Informal Garden, Flowers Borders and Beds, Low Maintenance, Patio/Container Plants or Wall-side Borders.



Asiatic Jasmine - Trachelospernum asiaticum from Norfolk Quality Plants

Asiatic Jasmine - Trachelospernum asiaticum This beautiful evergreen climbing plant produces a dense leafy cover thanks to its dark, glossy green foliage. T. asiaticum produces extremely fragrant creamy yellow flowers throughout Summer and is hardier than other species. Features Supplied in a 3ltr Pot. The plant is supplied trained up a



Daphne odora Aureomarginata. Highly Scented! - 3 x 2 Litre pots from World Garden Plants

Daphne odora Aureomarginata. Highly Scented! - 3 x 2 Litre pots Daphne odora Aureomarginata.



Trumpet Vine - Large plants. from World Garden Plants

Trumpet Vine - Large plants. Campsis x taglibuana Madame Galen. A vigorous large exotic-looking climber with panicles of salmon-red flowers in late summer. Campsis require a position in full sun to ripen growth and produce flowers. They are excellent when trained over tree stumps, walls and roofs of outbuildings. Campsis are fast-growing deciduous climbers clinging by aerial roots, pinnate leaves and clusters of tubular-funnel-shaped flowers in late summer or early autumn. If they become too large or tangles, they can be pruned in late winter or early spring. They prefer a moist, well drained soil. Aspect: Full sun. South-facing or West-facing, sheltered. Soil: Moist but well-drained. Size: 2.5-4 metres in 5 years. Winter hardy when planted in the ground. In cultivation since 1889. Supplied in a 7.5 litre black plastic pot 150-180cm 5-6ft tall plants. *For most U.K. mainland addresses our prices included Free PandP



Phyllostachys aurea Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (1.8m tall) from Athelas Plants

Phyllostachys aurea Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (1.8m tall) Tall, upright bamboo with grooved, brown-yellow mature canes and golden-green leaves. This bamboo is highly recommended as it is one of the least invasive large species. Makes an excellenttall screen or as a stand-alone specimen. Contrasts beautifully with Phyllostachys nigra - the black cane bamboo. If Phyllostachys aurea is grown in a shady situation the canes will mature green. If grown in full sun the canes will mature golden yellow. Common Name: Yellow Groove Bamboo Situation: Full sun/Partial shade,moist soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 4m x 2m Larger sizes available



Phormium Alison Blackman Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (30cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Phormium Alison Blackman Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (30cm tall) Phormium Alison Blackman, is an evergreen perennial native to New Zealand. The Alison Blackman variety boasts green leaves with cream/yellow margins. Reasons to plant Phormium Alison Blackman: Very hardy - will tolerate most conditions except full shade. Tremendously effective in exposed coastal conditions. Impact - the vigorous clump-forming nature of the Phormium tenax creates an excellent focal point quick time. Coastal - You live on the coast, nothing seems to work - this will. Low maintenance - once established Phormium tenax requries very little care, just a tidy up of old growth a couple of times a year. Additional watering or feeding will be uncessary unless potted. Phormium tenax is happy in most soils too. Themed - its appearance lends itself to Palm trees, Australisian planting schemes, Dry Gardens and even Mediterranean planting schemes. Works well with - Dwarf fan palm, Cordyline australis, Pampass grass, and of course other phormiums. Common Name: New Zealand flax Situation: Full sun/Part sun, Most soils Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 1.5m x 1.5m



Teucrium fruticans Size: Sold in a 8 litre pot (40cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Teucrium fruticans Size: Sold in a 8 litre pot (40cm tall) A bushy evergreen shrub with whorls of dark azure-blue flowers from June to August and aromatic,silvery-colouredfoliage. Bestsheltered from cold winds. Common Name: Shrubby Germander Situation: Most Conditions Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 1m x 3m



Azalea japonica Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (40cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Azalea japonica Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (40cm tall) A garden favourite, a big bushy shrub in a 10 litre pot. A glossy-leaved evergreen shrub which bursts into flower in early Spring. Common Name: Azalea Situation: Situate in full to part sun in moist, well-drained soil. Eventual Height and Spread: Grows to 80cm tall with a similar spread. Hardiness: Hardy



Photinia fraseri and#039;Red Robinand#039; Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (80cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Photinia fraseri and#039;Red Robinand#039; Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (80cm tall) Evergreen shrub with strong dense growth of glossy dark green foliage. This cultivar is especially choice due to the bright red colours of the young foliage. Common Name: Christmas berry Situation: Prefers full/part sun in well drained soils. Eventual Height and Spread: Grows to 4m tall with a similar spread. Hardiness: Hardy



Phormium tenax and#039;Pink Stripeand#039; Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (50cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Phormium tenax and#039;Pink Stripeand#039; Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (50cm tall) A striking variation of the evergreen phormium. A mass of pink and green variagated sword-shaped leaves. Very versatile and happy in most conditions. Its architectural form makes a good focal point in most settings. Common name: New Zealand Flax Situation: Full/Part sun, in well drained soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 1.8m x 1m Used very effectively in coastal/windy environments.



Pleioblastus pumilus and#039;Nanaand#039; Size: Sold in a 2 litre pot (30cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Pleioblastus pumilus and#039;Nanaand#039; Size: Sold in a 2 litre pot (30cm tall) This dwarf bamboo is ideal for smaller planting areas. It is especially valued for its dense ground covering habit and its rich dark green foliage. Enjoys being cut hard back to encourage new growth and colour. Common name: Dwarf Bamboo Exposure: Part/Full shade, moist, well-drained soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 0.6m x 0.8m Excellent ground covering bamboo



Phyllostachys nigra Size: Sold in a 15 litre pot (1.8m tall) from Athelas Plants

Phyllostachys nigra Size: Sold in a 15 litre pot (1.8m tall) The ever-dramatic hardy evergreen Black Bamboo (Phyllostachys nigra) has a huge range of applications from tropical planting areas, to Japanese gardens. Black Bamboo is widely used as a screening plant, and is also wonderfully effective around water features or even as a standalone specimen in a container. Due to the black bamboo striking canes fantastic contrast is achieved amongst other bamboo and tropical plants. Look to plant black bamboo amongst palms like the chusan palm ( Trachycarpus fortuneii ), evergreen shrubs like Fatsia japonica or herbaceous perennials like the Elephant Ear (Colocasia esculenta). This sought-after Bamboo is wonderfully versatile and thrives in most conditions but do be aware not to plant black bamboo in very windy exposed areas, this will cause the leaves to shred. And also if Black bamboo is planted in very well-drained soils it will need a high degree of watering and feeding to flourish. Black Bamboo respond to water, they love a good drink. This is especially important for establishment of new plants. Adequate water will ensure survival, and more water will bring larger, more vigorous growth. Regular watering throughout the growing season, especially during new shoot season, brings the best results. Black Bamboo thrive on good nutrition. if you want your Black bamboo to thrive and flourish, a regular liquid feed , composted manures, or any organic topdressing through the growing season will bring vigorous happy Black bamboo. Common Name: Black Bamboo Situation: Full sun/Partial shade,moist soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 4m x 2m



Phyllostachys bissetii Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (1.5m tall) from Athelas Plants

Phyllostachys bissetii Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (1.5m tall) Very vigorous non-invasive bamboo with dark green shiny cances and dense dark green foliage. Makes an ideal candidate for use as a screen. Common name: Green bamboo Situation: Full sun or partial shade,moist soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 5m x 3m



Cordyline australis (Cabbage Palm) - 10L Pot from Athelas Plants

Cordyline australis (Cabbage Palm) - 10L Pot Known as the Cabbage Palm, the Cordyline australis is a hardy tree native to New Zealand and Australia that is very fast growing and gets very tall. It can be used as a standalone specimen either planted or potted, or at the back of beds to offer height and structure. It is one of the best choices for very windy/exposed/coastal areas. Characteristics Flower Colour: white, cream Foliage Colour: dark green Approx. Growth Height: 8m Comes in a: 10L pot Height on Arrival: 140cm Flowering Period: summer Tolerance: needs protection against hard frost, drought tolerant once established Growing Habit: bushy Hardiness: hardy Exposure: sheltered Rate of Growth: fast Scented: flowers are fragrant Requirements Light Requirements: full sun or partial shade Soil Requirements: acid, alkaline, neutral, chalk, clay, loam, sand Moisture: moist but well-drained Caring and Maintenance Water young trees regularly until roots are well established. No pruning required. Apply some fertilizer in spring in order to promote healthy growth and a good crop. Check tree ties regularly and loosen any if necessary to avoid rubbing of the stems. Planting Planting Distance: 4.5m Suited to almost all, well-drained and fertile soils in a sheltered location in full sun or partial shade. Before planting your tree, clean up all wandering weeds and keep a clean ring around the tree base. Water well during the first year until well established. Autumn is the best season for planting trees, as the soil moisture and heat allow easier and faster root establishment and regeneration of damaged root systems.



Phyllostachys aurea Size: Sold in a 15 litre pot (2.2m tall) from Athelas Plants

Phyllostachys aurea Size: Sold in a 15 litre pot (2.2m tall) Tall, upright bamboo with grooved, brown-yellow mature canes and golden-green leaves. This bamboo is highly recommended as it is one of the least invasive large species. Makes an excellenttall screen or as a stand-alone specimen. Contrasts beautifully with Phyllostachys nigra - the black cane bamboo. If Phyllostachys aurea is grown in a shady situation the canes will mature green. If grown in full sun the canes will mature golden yellow. Common Name: Yellow Groove Bamboo Situation: Full sun/Partial shade,moist soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 4m x 2m Larger sizes available



Sollya heterophylla AGM, 3L, Bluebell creeper, Climber, from Blooming Marvellous Plants

Sollya heterophylla AGM, 3L, Bluebell creeper, Climber, A charming evergreen twining plant, with blue bell-shaped flowers for many months from May until late autumn. Hardy only to about



Phyllostachys Nigra Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (1.5m tall) from Athelas Plants

Phyllostachys Nigra Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (1.5m tall) The ever-dramatic hardy evergreen Black Bamboo (Phyllostachys nigra) has a huge range of applications from tropical planting areas, to Japanese gardens. Black Bamboo is widely used as a screening plant, and is also wonderfully effective around water features or even as a standalone specimen in a container. Due to the black bamboo striking canes fantastic contrast is achieved amongst other bamboo and tropical plants. Look to plant black bamboo amongst palms like the chusan palm ( Trachycarpus fortuneii ), evergreen shrubs like Fatsia japonica or herbaceous perennials like the Elephant Ear (Colocasia esculenta). This sought-after Bamboo is wonderfully versatile and thrives in most conditions but do be aware not to plant black bamboo in very windy exposed areas, this will cause the leaves to shred. And also if Black bamboo is planted in very well-drained soils it will need a high degree of watering and feeding to flourish. Black Bamboo respond to water, they love a good drink. This is especially important for establishment of new plants. Adequate water will ensure survival, and more water will bring larger, more vigorous growth. Regular watering throughout the growing season, especially during new shoot season, brings the best results. Black Bamboo thrive on good nutrition. if you want your Black bamboo to thrive and flourish, a regular liquid feed, composted manures, or any organic topdressing through the growing season will bring vigorous happy Black bamboo.



Dicksonia antartica Size: Sold with a 1 ft trunk from Athelas Plants

Dicksonia Antarctica Size: Sold with a 1 ft trunk The Dicksonia antarctica also known by other names such as the Tasmanian Tree Fern, Soft Tree Fern or just Tree Fern is by far the hardiest tree fern, making it ideal for growing outdoors in the UK. These hardy tree ferns are best placed in a sheltered spot, sheltered from strong winds and importantly sheltered from harsh sunlight. An ideal spot for a tree fern is somewhere that offers dappled light, so in and amongst other taller trees. The tree fern is a very very slow growing plant, but correct watering and feeding will go along way to encourage the growth rate, and produce a handsome set of fronds. The key to feeding and watering a tree fern is that the vast percentage of the nutrient and moisture uptake for the fern is through its crown. Throughout the growing season (April - September) water on a regular basis through the crown and importantly apply a liquid feed via the crown every 2-3 weeks. Feeding tree ferns is really important not only will this feed encourage healthy strong fronds for the current season, but it will also nourish next seasons fronds too.



Dicksonia Antarctica Size: Sold with a 2 ft trunk from Athelas Plants

Dicksonia Antarctica Size: Sold with a 2 ft trunk The Dicksonia antarctica also known by other names such as the Tasmanian Tree Fern, Soft Tree Fern or just Tree Fern is by far the hardiest tree fern, making it ideal for growing outdoors in the UK. These hardy tree ferns are best placed in a sheltered spot, sheltered from strong winds and importantly sheltered from harsh sunlight. An ideal spot for a tree fern is somewhere that offers dappled light, so in and amongst other taller trees. The tree fern is a very very slow growing plant, but correct watering and feeding will go along way to encourage the growth rate, and produce a handsome set of fronds. The key to feeding and watering a tree fern is that the vast percentage of the nutrient and moisture uptake for the fern is through its crown. Throughout the growing season (April - September) water on a regular basis through the crown and importantly apply a liquid feed via the crown every 2-3 weeks. Feeding tree ferns is really important not only will this feed encourage healthy strong fronds for the current seaons, but it will also nourish next seasons fronds too.



6ft, 180cm Scented Star Evergreen Jasmine. Confederate Jasmine. Trachleospermum jasminoides. from World Garden Plants

180cm Scented Star Evergreen Jasmine. Confederate Jasmine. Trachleospermum jasminoides. Trachleospermum jasminoides. 7.5 Litre pot 150-180cm 5-6ft Tall plant. Also known as Rhyncospermum is a vigorous medium-sized evergreen twining woody climber with glossy dark green, oval leaves 5-8cm in length and often turning deep red in winter; clusters of very fragrant white flowers 2.5cm in width become cream with age. Aspect: South facing. Sheltered. Flowers: White in Summer. Foliage: Dark Red in Winter. Evergreen Fruits: Green in Autumn. Fragrance: Flower. Suggested Plant Uses: City / Courtyard Gardens, Patio / Container Plants or Wall-side Borders. *For most U.K. mainland addresses our prices included Free PandP



Buxus sempervirens, Box, Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (40cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Buxus sempervirens Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (40cm tall) An evergreen, dense, bushy, shrub ideal to shape into formal shapes topiary, or hedges. The dark-green glossy foliage is can be closely clipped creating a tightly cropped finish. Common name: Common box Situation: Full/Part sun in most soils Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: Prune to shape



Yucca gloriosa variegata Size: Sold in a 8 litre pot (40cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Yucca gloriosa variegata Size: Sold in a 8 litre pot (40cm tall) A SUPER HARDY, variegated yucca plant. Ideal for dry sunny borders and gardens by the sea. The Spanish dagger makes an impressive thick-stemmed plant, rarely branching and crowned with a thick clump of sharp-pointed leaves. Looks excellent in a pot for the patio. Yucca gloriosa is by far the most hardy of the yuccas and in our experience is by far the most reliable yucca for UK conditions. Common Name: Spanish Dagger Situation: Full sun in well-drained soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 2m x 2m Excellent coastal plant



Yucca gloriosa Size: Sold in a 3 litre pot from Athelas Plants

Yucca gloriosa Size: Sold in a 3 litre pot A handsome architectural yucca plant. Ideal for dry sunny borders and gardens by the sea. The Spanish dagger makes an impressive thick-stemmed plant, rarely branching and crowned with a thick clump of sharp-pointed leaves. Looks excellent in a pot for the patio. As with all Arid plants free-draining soil is essential. Common Name: Spanish Dagger Situation: Full sun in well-drained soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 2m x 2m Excellent coastal plant



Nandina domestica Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (60cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Nandina domestica Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (60cm tall) Despite its common name nandina is not a bamboo, but a relative of berberis. It forms a tall shrub with bright green leaves that turn reddish-purple in autumn and winter. The brilliant leaf colour often remains all winter. Plants also produce clusters of small white flowers that are followed by attractive bunches of red berries after a good summer. Although it is a hardy plant, grow it in a sheltered spot as the growth can be damaged by cold winds. Common Name: Heavenly Bamboo Situation: Full/Part sun in well-drained moist soil Hardiness: Hardy Height: 1.6m, Spread: 0.8m



Ceanothus thyrsiflorus repens Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (50cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Ceanothus thyrsiflorus repens Size: Sold in a 10 litre pot (50cm tall) Ceanothus thyrsiflorus repens thrives in warm sheltered gardens. This evergreen shrub is renowned for its profuse fluffly blue early summer flowers. Ceanothus thyrsiflorus repens is an excellent choice as a specimen in a pot or in a mixed border. Deadhead after flowering to retain shape and healthy growth. Common Name: Creeping blue blossom Situation: Full/Part Sun in most soils Flowers: Early-Summer Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 1m x 60cm



Fargesia jiuzhaigou Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (1m tall) from Athelas Plants

Fargesia jiuzhaigou Size: Sold in a 5 litre pot (1m tall) A dense busy evergreen bamboo similar to other Fargesia but boasts crimson red stems. Excellent for screening or as a standalone specimen. Keep moist and feed regularly throughout the growing season. Common Name: Umbrella Bamboo Situation: Situate in part sun to shade in moist soil. Eventual Height and Spread: Grows to 2m tall with a 1.5m spread. Hardiness: Hardy



Olearia traversii Size: Sold in a 3 litre pot (40cm tall) from Athelas Plants

Olearia traversii Size: Sold in a 3 litre pot (40cm tall) A compact, hardy evergreen shrub with olive-like, grey-green leaves. Produces masses of tiny daisy-like white flowers in May. Prune in either spring or summer. Mature plants can tolerate hard pruning in spring, cutting back to the old wood. Common Name: Daisy Bush Situation: Full/Part Sun in well-drained soil Hardiness: Hardy Eventual Height and Spread: 4m x 4m Excellent in coastal situations



Butia capitata (Jelly Palm) - 10L Pot from Athelas Plants

Butia capitata (Jelly Palm) - 10L Pot Known as the Jelly Palm due to its fruit, this is a hardy palm tree native to Brazil. The graceful arching fronds of the Butia capitata lends itself to exotic planting schemes, the more mature plants create excellent focal points. The tree requires very little maintenance and the green-blue foliage makes it suitable to a variety of planting schemes. Characteristics Flower Colour: white, cream Foliage Colour: green-blue Approx. Growth Height: 6m Comes in a: 10L pot Height on Arrival: 80cm Flowering Period: summer Tolerance: needs protection from hard frost, drought tolerant once established Growing Habit: bushy Hardiness: hardy Exposure: sheltered Rate of Growth: slow Scented: mildly Requirements Light Requirements: full sun or partial shade Soil Requirements: acid, neutral, clay, loam, sand Moisture: well-drained, light, fertile Caring and Maintenance Water young trees regularly until roots are well established. No pruning required. Apply some fertilizer in spring in order to promote healthy growth and a good crop. Check tree ties regularly and loosen any if necessary to avoid rubbing of the stems. Planting Planting Distance: 2.5m Suited to almost all, well-drained and fertile soils in a sheltered location in full sun or partial shade. Before planting your tree, clean up all wandering weeds and keep a clean ring around the tree base. Water well during the first year until well established. Autumn is the best season for planting trees, as the soil moisture and heat allow easier and faster root establishment and regeneration of damaged root systems.




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