Lemon Tree In Pot

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Lemon Tree

…blossom in spring make lemon trees ideal feature plants for conservatories and patios. Hardy to -10'C, they are best grown outdoors from May to October, and brought inside for the winter. Height: 150cm (60) Spread: 120cm (48) Supplied as pot grown plant…  More Info

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Witch Hazel 'Arnold Promise'

…RHS Award of Garden Merit. Perfect as a specimen plant, grown in a woodland garden or as part of an ever-changing shrub border, this handsome deciduous shrub can also be grown in large patio containers. Height and spread: 3.5m (11'). Supplied in 9cm pots.  More Info

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Ericaceous Compost

…when you pot them up. Ericaceous compost has a low, acid pH which allows acid-loving plants to absorb iron and other nutrients properly. In ordinary compost with a higher pH, these vital nutrients become 'locked up' in the soil creating weak, spindly growth and…  More Info

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Lilac 'Katherine Havemeyer' (Large Plant)

…appear in profusion in 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…  More Info

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Magnolia 'Yellow Bird'

This magnificent yellow Lily tree is large and conical in shape, producing lemon-yellow, goblet-shaped flowers in late spring, just as the leaves emerge. The foliage is dark green in colour and contrasts well with the flowers, fading to yellowy brown in  More Info

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