Fence Screen

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Sweet Pea 'Here Come the Girls'

…Harold?, ?Catherine?, ?Katie Alice?, ?Mumsie?, ?Charlie?s Angel? and ?Jilly? - all dressed to impress with generous stems of colourful, fragrant blooms. Ideal for growing up trellis, screening fences or displaying in obelisks in the middle of the border. Height: 1.8m …  More Info

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Hollyhock 'Halo Pink'

…the large pale-pink blooms with halo centres make a really eye-catching feature. Grow these tall plants in groups at the back of a border to screen a fence or along narrow borders to make a high-impact display out of an otherwise tricky space. Bees and other…  More Info

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Lily 'Tasman'

…a tree lily, so grows tall, but the stems are thick, so it rarely needs staking. Planted in a line, they make a beautiful floral screen, that can hide a boring wall or fence. They can also be grown in a cutting patch, so the flowers can be cut for indoor vases. Height…  More Info

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Lily Giant Flowered Collection

…Despite growing tall, they rarely need staking, as they have strong stems. Planted together, they make a fantastic floral patio screen, or can hide a drab wall or fence. Height: 180cm (71). Spread: 45cm (18).* Collection comprises: * Lily ?Pretty Woman? - Pure white…  More Info

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Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'

…and bronze feathery panicles during the summer, Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' makes a light and airy screen to divide up gardens, or to soften large walls or fences. It also looks great in large borders or in minimalist gardens, planted in clumps amongst…  More Info

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