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Red Lemon (Citrus Fruit)

…pulp. Citrus Lemon ‘Rosso’ or the Red Lemon is an unusual variety with mysterious origins. Thought to come from southern Italy, it contains Citrus medica in its parentage – hence the impressive size of its fruit. Lemons are one of the easier citrus trees to grow and Citrus Lemon  More Info

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Magnolia virginiana

…in its native habitat, in the UK it is semi-evergreen in areas with mild winters. Magnolia virginiana is a large shrub or small, multi-stemmed tree, cloaked in glossy green leaves that have distinctive, silvery-blue undersides. Plants hold onto their foliage until very late in the season, taking…  More Info

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Tree Peony 'Hai Huang'

Boasting huge, translucent, lemon-flowers with orange centres, Tree Peony ‘Hai Huang’ oozes sophistication as well as a lovely perfume. In late spring and early summer, it bears an abundance of double, primrose-yellow flowers composed of densely packed, satiny petals with a central boss…  More Info

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Lemon (Citrus Fruit)

…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 capable of withstanding brief periods…  More Info

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Dracaena fragrans (Deremensis Group) 'Lemon Lime'

This award winning Dragon Tree has sleek elongated leaves of deep green with yellow margins, which form at the top of erect stems. Dracaena fragrans 'Lemon Lime' is easy to grow and will thrive in a light, bright area that is out of direct sunlight but will also be happy in a shaded part of your…  More Info

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Mandarin (Citrus Fruit)

…fruits with thin skin which is easy to peel. Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or a lemon tree as a present, you’re giving a decorative,…  More Info

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Yuzu (Citrus Fruit)

…leaves and flowers are also heavily scented. Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or a lemon tree as a present, you?re giving a decorative, scented,…  More Info

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Lime 'Tahiti' (Citrus Fruit)

…limes Despatched through autumn and winter you may notice that some of the fruit on your lime tree is actually showing yellow or orange. Rest assured you have received a lime and not an orange or lemon tree. All limes varieties and species will change from bright green to yellow and orange as they…  More Info

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Kaffir Lime (Citrus Fruit)

…green fruit and unusual double-shaped leaves. Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or a lemon tree as a present, you?re giving a decorative, scented,…  More Info

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Kumquat (Citrus Fruit)

…An attractive and novel citrus to grow. ' Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or a lemon tree as a present, you?re giving a decorative, scented,…  More Info

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Lime 'Caviar Lime' (Citrus Fruit)

…300cm (10 feet). Spread: 250cm (8 feet). Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or a lemon tree as a present, you?re giving a decorative, scented,…  More Info

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Key Lime (Citrus Fruit)

…eventually ripen to a pale yellow but for the best flavour should be harvested whilst still green. The Key Lime forms a bushy, thorny shrub or small tree with glossy, evergreen foliage. Flowers and fruit can appear throughout the year but are most abundant from May to September. The creamy-white…  More Info

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Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Fernspray Gold'

…has a dense upright habit that forms an exclamation mark in the landscape. The colourful evergreen foliage makes it a particularly useful specimen tree for brightening dull winter gardens. This superb cultivar also holds an RHS AGM for its garden performance. Height: 300cm (118). Spread: 150cm (59).  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 orange, Witch…  More Info

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Lilac 'Katherine Havemeyer'

…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 size rather than a defined…  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 (Convallaria majalis) Shrubs…  More Info

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Lemon (Citrus Fruit)

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 plants for conservatories and…  More Info

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Citrus Tree Collection (Citrus Fruit)

…limes Despatched through autumn and winter you may notice that some of the fruit on your lime tree is actually showing yellow or orange. Rest assured you have received a lime and not an orange or lemon tree. All limes varieties and species will change from bright green to yellow and orange as they…  More Info

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Magnolia 'Double Colour'

…double-grafted Magnolia, delivering both yellow and purple blooms on one tree! In spring, large, goblet-shaped blooms 15-20cm tall, in dark purple and lemon yellow are produced simultaneously. Forming a small deciduous tree, Magnolia ‘Double Colour’ makes a stunning specimen shrub for a…  More Info

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Mediterranean Fruit Collection (Citrus Fruit)

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 are a lot hardier and can be…  More Info

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Magnolia grandiflora

…with velvety, rusty-brown undersides. The foliage alone is a stunning feature of this impressive tree and gives year-round interest. This slow-growing Magnolia matures into a very large, rounded tree that can be grown as a free-standing specimen or trained against a warm, sunny wall where it will…  More Info

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Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Ivonne'

This slow-growing Lawson’s Cypress makes a bright change from the darker greens of other cultivars. Fern-like sprays of foliage emerge lemon-yellow, maturing to yellow-green in the summer before intensifying to gold when the weather turns colder. It forms a medium-sized, dense conifer with a…  More Info

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