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Nordman Fir Tree

Most commonly known as the favourite fir tree to use as a Christmas tree, Abies nordmanniana, or the Nordmann Fir, is and evergreen conifer which can grown in excess of 30m if left. New growth starts out an attractive light green before it matures to match the rest of…  More Info

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Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis

…it will grow in almost any soil or situation - even those impossible dry shaded spots! A wonderful compact plant for woodland ground cover, or low informal hedges. You can even cut a few stems for a vase indoors! Grows to 60cm (24). Supplied in 9cm pot. Useful links: How to plant …  More Info

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Candlelight'

Aptly named, Hydrangea paniculata ?Candlelight? bears large, creamy white blooms which stand upright just like candles on a Christmas tree. Seen against the deep red stems, the white flowers make a fine, late-summer display, sometimes colouring to shades of pale pink as they…  More Info

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Sarcococca confusa

Sarcococca confusa, commonly known as Sweet Box or Christmas Box is an easy to grow evergreen shrub that is low maintenance and grows well in shade and partial shade. It has a distinct, pleasant honey like fragrance, with white flowers on the underside of stems full of waxy green…  More Info

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