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Lemon Tree

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Lemon Tree

Savour the taste of home grown lemons! These citrus fruits take up to a year to develop, but are well worth the wait - try adding them to cool drinks in summer! Glossy evergreen foliage and clusters of fragrant waxy blossom in spring make lemon trees ideal feature…  More Info

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Citrus Tree Collection

…they can take 12 months to mature, Lemons, Limes and Oranges are well worth waiting for. With their clusters of spring-time waxy, fragrant blossom and shiny evergreen foliage, citrus trees make perfect plants for patios and conservatories. Our trio of citrus trees<…  More Info

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Lemon 'Eureka'

…with their stunning fragrance from April through to June. Lemon 'Eureka' fruits may take up to a year to ripen but they are well worth the wait. Harvest as they ripen and once picked you can keep these for up to two weeks. Lemon trees are reasonably hardy and…  More Info

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Ericaceous Compost

…conditions for excellent root development and strong, healthy growth of all acid-loving plants including: Ferns Blechnum Fruits Blueberry Cranberry Lemon Lime Lingonberry Orange Raspberry Perennials Cornus canadensis Japanese Iris (Iris ensata) Lily of The Valley …  More Info

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Mediterranean Fruit Collection

Mediterranean Fruit Collection will bring a taste of the Mediterranean to your garden. A mix of citrus trees and fig trees, the citrus trees thrive outdoors in the summer months and in the winter should be moved to a heated greenhouse or conservatory. The green figs…  More Info

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Hamamelis x intermedia 'Arnold Promise'

Flowering during January and February, Hamamelis provides a much needed display of colour during the winter months. Sweetly scented, lemon yellow flowers smother the bare winter stems of this elegant vase shaped shrub. Also grown for its vibrant autumn foliage in shades of red and…  More Info

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Lilac 'Katherine Havemeyer' (Large Plant)

…May and June. Height: 7m (23'). Spread: 7m (23'). Culinary information: Adding the fragrant flowers to cream cheese or even yoghurt for a hint of lemon flavour. For more details about edible flowers click here. Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot…  More Info

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