Featured Plants

There’s so many plants to make your garden look nice and choosing just a few isn’t easy, but here are a few notable plants that will add some colour and interest.

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Chinese Witch Hazel – Loropetalum Chinensis ‘Black Pearl’


  • Spectacular firework-like flowers, striking year-round purple foliage, and winter hardy!
  • Ribbon-like, vibrant pink flowers completely smother the plant from February to April.
  • Its glorious, rich burgundy, oval-shaped leaves contrast superbly against any green plants.
  • Perfect for a pot or border. May have a second minor flowering from September to October.
  • Supplied as an established plant in a 2L pot. Height after 5 years approx. 60cm (2ft).

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Chinese Witch Hazel… Spectacular Firework-Like Flowers, Striking All-Year-Round Foliage, Easy To Grow And Winter Hardy!

A plant for all seasons and all gardens, the Chinese Witch Hazel really is one of the most spectacular plants you can own. Quite a rarity in UK gardens, it is unlikely that your neighbours will have one, so you can be one of the first to grow it! Incredibly exotic looking, this highly prized beauty is actually very hardy and easy to grow.

Its glorious, rich burgundy, oval-shaped leaves contrast superbly against any green foliage and act as a dramatic backdrop to its spectacular, vibrant pink flowers. Often likened to sea coral, the highly unusual ribbon-shaped petals explode from the centre just like a firework and completely smother the plant from February to April, just when you need interest in your garden.

As spectacular in a pot on your patio as in any border, Chinese Witch Hazel requires nothing more than an occasional trim to keep it in perfect shape.

Supplied as an established plant in a 2L pot, ready to plant out. Ultimate height approx. 75cm (2.5ft). Flowers from February to April; it may have a second, minor reflowering from September to October.

Choisya ternata ‘Sundance’


Golden leaves all year round and citrus-scented flowers in spring

  • One of the best hardy, evergreen shrubs for year-round interest in borders or containers
  • Pretty white flowers in spring with a distinctive citrus fragrance
  • Deep golden-yellow leaves, adding contrast, colour and brightness to any garden
  • Compact, with height and spread of 1.5 x 1.5m after 10 years
  • Supplied as an established plant in a 15cm pot ready to plant

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A real gem of a shrub, for glorious golden-yellow cheerfulness in your garden – and being evergreen, it keeps its lovely foliage colour all year round.

A low-maintenance, drought-resistant and slow-growing hardy shrub, ‘Sundance’ forms a dome of glossy, bright yellow-green foliage and in spring produces small clusters of white, star-shaped flowers that have a delightful citrus-like fragrance – hence its common name of ‘Mexican Orange Blossom’.

Use it as a specimen plant on its own or in the middle or back of a mixed border where it will contrast with darker foliage of other hardy perennials. It is an ideal choice for complementing shades of lavender and blue. Alternatively, place it in a container on your patio, where it will form an attractive rounded clump of golden leaves.

Fully deserving of its coveted RHS Award of Garden Merit, you can be sure that this is a proven garden performer, guaranteed to be suitable for UK gardeners at every level of experience. You can therefore plant this in the garden with confidence, for stunning displays for many years to come.

Supplied as an established plant in a 15cm pot ready for planting out or potting up, you can expect your Choisya ‘Sundance’ to grow to 1.5 x 1.5m in 10 years.

Flamingo Willow Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’ Standard


  • Striking spring tree with beautiful pink-leaves erupting into colour every year – fountains of colour
  • The leaves are an amazing combination of green cream and lovely powder pink – hence it’s common name ‘Flamingo Willow’
  • They are in a standard lollipop form – a clear stem with a ball of colour on top, skillfully grafted on
  • Totally hardy, this low maintenance plant is great to add height to gardens, or in pairs in large pots for a more formal look
  • Supplied at 80cm tall inc pots, they are dormant between Oct and March, so have no leaves.

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Finding great specimen trees for smaller gardens or limited spaces, such as patios, can be a challenge, but we think we’ve cracked it for you here!

The stunning ‘Flamingo Willow’, or Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’  to give it it’s correct botanical name, produces a stunning spring and summer ritual, bursting forth from bare branches, often with catkins on, into a mass of amazing creamy pink variegated and tipped new shoots, set against white mottled and marbled leaves, keeping that lovely contrast all summer.

It is really hardy and easy to grow, simply hack it back to shape in late autumn, it is great in large pots as a feature plant, but needs to be grown where you can see it’s delicate colours. It’s not fussy at all for soil conditions, but do not let it dry out.

Supplied as a 4 year old tree, approx 80cm tall in 3L pot, and shaped standard head.