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Kybean Mallee Ash

An ideal Eucalyptus for smaller UK gardens, relatively slow growing. Looks like an Olive but hardier. Open, multi-stemmed tree, juvenile foliage is small and thin, adult foliage long, thin and olive...


A small deciduous fast growing tree producing drooping yellow flowers in May and June in a spectacular display. All parts of this plant are poisonous.


An extremely popular evergreen, medium sized shrub with masses of glossy green leaves. The white-pink budded flowers are borne from late autumn to early spring. The egg shaped fruits are initially...

Lemon Scented Gum

This tree is grown as a shrub for its lemon scented leaves, but in northern climes it is not hardy out of doors and is best used as a conservatory plant. In warm climates it is often planted outdoors.
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A large vigorous suckering shrub. Its scented flowers are borne in dense panicles in late spring with the seeds ripening in August. It makes a pleasant informal hedge or a tree.
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Ling Heather

This is a dwarf shrub that is often abundant on mountains and moorland. The petals are concealed by the familiar purple sepals. Common in Europe and Asia Minor.
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Littleleaf Cotoneaster

A dwarf evergreen shrub with elliptic leaves that are usually less than 1cm long. Tiny white flowers give way to small deep red berries in autumn. Its habit is to grow in a low mound.

London Plane

A large tree with a patchwork flaking bark and large palmate leaves. The rounded fruit clusters hang like baubles from the branches from mid summer right through winter to spring.


Probably one of the most popular Magnolias. Seen as a many stemmed shrub or small tree, it has tulip shaped white stained, rose-purple flowers that appear before the foliage in spring.
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One of the most ornamental of the evergreen shrubs. It has deep green leaves made up of 7 to 19 leaflets.
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