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Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 4th February 2011

…bush) which produces long decorative catkins in winter and early spring (make sure you purchase a male plant such as 'James Roof' or 'Evie') * Eleagnus which provides a range of different evergreen leaf colours. * Cotoneaster lacteus which has white flowers in the summer followed by red berries…

Plants for coastal gardens and exposed sites | Plants for a Purpose

…Holly (Ilex aquifolium) Tree Juniper (Juniperus communis) Tree Pine (Pinus) Tree Yew (Taxus baccata) Tree Blackthorn/Sloe (Prunus spinosa) Shrub Eleagnus x ebbingei Shrub Euonymus japonicus Shrub Griselinia littoralis Shrub Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) Shrub Rosa rugosa (Hedgehog Rose) Shrub Sea…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer session 21st March 2014

…very well in full shade and produces highly fragrant yellow flowers in the winter and spring. Other tall shrubs for damp shade include Viburnum, Eleagnus x ebbingei, Aucuba and Holly. Daphne laureola and Daphne pontica are nice evergreen shrubs with fragrant green spring flowers although they only…

Plants for Shade | Plants for a Purpose

…Features Shrubs for damp shade Interesting Features Cotoneaster Aucuba Daphne laureola and Daphne pontica Buxus sempervirens (Common Box) Eleagnus x ebbingei (Oleaster) Camellia Garrya elliptica (Silk-tassel bush) Fatsia japonica (Japanese Aralia) Hypericum calycinum (St John's Wort/Aaron's…

Native vs Non Native

…Interesting features Alder (Alnus glutinosa) Berberis Blackthorn Buddleja Bramble Californian Lilac Crab apple Cotoneaster Dog rose (Rosa canina) Eleagnus Downy Birch (Betula pubescens) Escallonia Elder (Sambucus nigra) Flowering cherry (Prunus) Gorse Hebe Hawthorn Honeysuckle Hazel Jasmine Holly…

Facebook questions April 1st

…Lavender as a low-growing evergreen hedge. Other shrubs good for hedging include Rosemary, Berberis, Box (Buxus), Privet (Ligustrum), Pittosporum, Eleagnus, Euonymus, Hibiscus and Choisya. I hope this has given you some ideas to start! Name: Jo Moore Question: I want to grow a climbing rose on my…