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Evergreen bushes that may reach ten feet (300cm) in the garden but are easily kept to size in the interior. Leaves have a dull gloss, and may have yellow markings on a green ground. Suitable for the home or a greenhouse. Aucuba species are native to eastern Asia, from the eastern Himalaya east to Japan. They are evergreen shrubs or small trees 2-13 m tall, similar in appearance to the laurels of the genus Laurus, having glossy, leathery leaves, and are sometimes mistakenly called laurels. The leaves are opposite, broad lanceolate, 8-25 cm long and 2-7 cm broad, with a few large teeth on the margin near the apex of the leaf. Aucubas are dioecious, having separate male and female plants. The flowers are small, 4-8 mm diameter, with four purplish-brown petals; they are produced in clusters of 10-30 in a loose cyme. The fruit is a red berry 1 cm diameter.
Name: Skimmia / Type: Garden Shrub
Comes from the family of Amarant plants, also known as, love-lies-bleeding. Most of these are herbs or subshrubs.
There are approximatel 100 species mostly all are shrubs, but a few being trees; the largest species reach 30 m tall, but most species rarely exceed 5 m tall.
Native to Europe, western Asia, and locally in northwest Africa, it is a shrub growing to a height of 5m producing sloe berries. Commonly known for making sloe gin.
Plant Type: Flowerng Plant
Brand: J Parkers / Type: Bushes
Brand: Apuldram Roses / Type: Bushes
Alchemilla are perennials with palmately lobed basal leaves and sprays of tiny, yellow or greenish flowers A. mollis is an herbaceous perennial forming a clump of softly hairy, light green leaves with scalloped and toothed edges. Small, bright yellow flowers are borne in large sprays just above the foliage. Often seeds freely.
Cotoneaster horizontalis is one of our most popular shrubs. Small glossy green leaves that turn deep red in autumn are borne on short branches in a distinctive herringbone pattern. A mass of tiny bee-friendly pink and white flowers appears in spring, followed by red berries. A low, spreading shrub good for below windows that will also grow down banks and up walls. Small hardy deciduous shrub. Plant in any soil in full sun or partial shade. RHS Award of Garden Merit.
Plants Type: Bushes
Plants Type: Bushes
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