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Early variety of highbush blueberry, bearing large, firm, juicy, deep blue berries with a excellent flavour, particularly good eaten fresh. The berries, rich in antioxidants and vitamins, ripen from mid-July, holding well on the bush. For the best flavour, pick a week after berries have turned completely blue and are developing...
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This gift card is for in person use only and will be delivered to you via post. It is a physical card and envelope that cannot be used online.
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Raspberry Autumn Bliss
Primocane or autumn-fruiting raspberries are very easy to grow, as they fruit on new wood and do not need support. British-bred Raspberry Autumn Bliss has long been the most popular autumn-fruiting raspberry, bearing huge crops of firm, sweet, red, berries with an excellent flavour. Vigorous and disease-resistant. Plant in...
Upright, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub with alternate, dark green glossy leaves which turn red in autumn. Heads of star shaped white, sometimes pink-flushed, flowers in late spring followed by drooping clusters of black berries in autumn. The fruit is very astringent, rich in pectin so good for making into jam, berries are best...
A hybrid between a raspberry and a blackberry, perhaps the best and easiest of the hybrid berries, although not suitable for the coldest areas. Tayberries are very vigorous, consistent growers and reliable, heavy croppers. Fruits on 2nd year wood, so they should ideally be grown like summer raspberries, on wire supports- but can also be...
Stipa gigantea - Giant Oat Grass
Stipa gigantea is tall, striking, ornamental grass suitable for dry sunny locations. Green narrow leaves forming a mound to about 50 cm. or more. In Summer tall stems rise up to 2.5 m. carrying the beautiful dangling sprays of golden flowers.
Site: Tolerates Salt and ExposurePosition: Full sunSoil: Fertile, well-...
From the eastern Mediterranean, the Judas tree, Cercis siliquastrum, is a small, bushy deciduous tree, ideal for the smaller garden. Broad, heart-shaped leaves emerge bronze, turning green in summer and yellow in autumn. Clusters of purplish-pink, pea-like flowers are borne abundantly on older wood in late April–May, before the leaves...
Japanese Wood Fern
Sometimes called the autumn fern because of the colour of its young leaves in spring, Dryopteris erythrosora is a medium-sized, slow-growing, semi-evergreen, clump-forming fern, very tolerant as to soil and aspect. The young fronds emerge coppery pink, contrasting attractively with the deep green of the mature leaves. The idea...
Corylus maxima Red Filbert
A very ornamental variety of cultivated hazel, Corylus maxima ‘Red Filbert’, often referred to as Rode Zellernoot offers a modest display of wine-coloured catkins in late winter, burgundy-purple foliage in spring, turning dark green later, and shiny, red-purple nuts. Light crops of long, slender nuts of excellent flavo...
A small, vigorous tree with an upright habit; the dark green, glossy 3-lobed leaves are light green on the reverse and become bright red in autumn. Acer ginnala (syn. Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala) is a summer-flowering tree with creamy yellow fragrant panicles of small flowers, followed by persistent red-winged fruits until winter. A...
West Himalayan Birch
Also known as the Kashmir birch, Betula utilis var. jacquemontii is a medium-sized, vigorous, fast-growing, deciduous tree grown for its brilliant white, papery bark (rich brown when young) which peels to reveal bands of creamy-pinky-buff. Not as tall as the silver birch, the West Himalayan birch has a broad crown and a grac...
A handsome, robust Irish native, Dryopteris filix-mas is a vigorous, semi-evergreen, clump-forming fern which has a strong presence in a shady border and is ideal for woodland planting. The fronds emerge like beautiful, light green croziers in spring, maturing to mid-green in summer. Tall, with an elegant ‘shuttlecock’ habit, it’s extr...
Hydrangea petiolaris - Climbing Hydrangea
A charming self clinging climber that will thrive even on a north facing wall. In midsummer the white lacecap-style hydrangea flowers cover the plant, while the leaves turn yellow in autumn. Will grow best in partial shade in a sheltered position in soils rich in organic matter.
Position: Full sun to par...
Blueberry Pink Lemonade
A new, mid- to late season variety of highbush blueberry with unusual pink berries. These are medium-sized, with a firm texture and sweet and tangy taste, ripening from mid-August and holding well on the bush. For the best flavour, pick after the berries have turned a deep rose-pink; keep picking as the berries ripen. Lar...
One of the most beautiful ferns for a damp or even a wet site, Matteuccia struthiopteris is known as the ostrich fern for its beautiful, fresh green, feather-like sterile fronds. These surround shorter, brown fertile ones at the centre. It’s a tall (up to 6’/1.8m), vigorous, deciduous fern with an elegant, upright to arching ‘shutt...
Liquidambar styraciflua - Sweet Gum
One of the best trees for autumn colour, Liquidambar styraciflua is a large, slow-growing deciduous tree with a pyramidal crown and attractive grey, fissured bark. Twigs and branches sometimes have corky ‘wings’. The leaves are mid-green and glossy with 5-7 lobes, like a maple’s; in autumn they turn brilliant...
Excellent mid-season variety of highbush blueberry, bearing medium-sized to large, firm, light blue berries with a rich, aromatic flavour and high sugar content. The berries, rich in antioxidants and vitamins, ripen from early August over a long period, holding well on the bush. For the best flavour, pick a week after berries ...
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