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Trees are generally single stemmed woody plants growing from up to 80 metres tall. They are used to create shade, screen unsightly objects and frame views. They can be planted singly, in groves or even as lines to form avenues or screens. Many trees can...

We carry a range of larger shrubs in pots from 10 to 65 litre through the year depending on availability and demand. If you are after larger shrubs, please enquire and we will let you know what we can source from other growers and ourselves.   Click...

Shrubs are woody plants that gradually build up a framework of branches over the years. They can be deciduous or evergreen and include large plants such as Buddleia reaching 5 metres as well as diminutive shrubs such as Cistus and Lavender growing to a mere...

Ornamental grasses have enjoyed a huge surge in popularity over the last decade. Combined en masse with sturdy simple perennials to create “Prairie Plantings” or as a monoculture they give a bold modern look to plantings that is especially complimentary to modern houses with large...

Herbaceous perennials virtually all die back to the ground in winter. However, under the soil buds and roots are waiting to emerge in spring. Comprising many popular garden flowers such as Irises and Peonies they are the backbone of any summer flowerbed. Their range of...

Ferns are an ancient group of non flowering plants, most of which prefer shady sites with adequate moisture. Their finely dissected fronds create delicate tracery that more than compensates for their lack of flowers. There are quite a few native varieties that were plundered by...

Climbers are woody plants needing the support of nearby trees and shrubs or trellis. They can be trained over shrubs such as a clematis through a lilac to extend the season of interest or grown over a pergola to create a tunnel of flower and...

Bamboos are versatile evergreens perfect for shady areas or informal screens. Their attractive foliage and canes go well with ferns and tropical plants or can be used en masse to create an informal hedge. The rustling and movement also add an extra dimension to planting...