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Magnolia stellata 'Rosea' (Large Plant)

Star Magnolias are compact and slow growing, making them ideal for smaller borders and containers. Magnolia stellata 'Rosea' is a pretty cultivar that will certainly make an impact in spring. Soft pink blooms erupt from furry buds that adorn the bare branches. As the…  More Info

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Magnolia stellata

Large goblet shaped flowers unfurl their delicate petals in spring. Grown as a standard, this beautiful deciduous Magnolia is compact enough for a pot on the patio, or as a focal point in narrow borders. Ultimate height: 150-200cm (60-80). Ultimate spread: 90cm …  More Info

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Magnolia 'Galaxy'

…as glamorous as Magnolia 'Galaxy'. This well-known, popular variety certainly deserves its RHS AGM. With maturity, it forms an upright, pyramid shaped tree with ascending branches that makes a magical spring focal point, even in smaller gardens. The fragrant, pink…  More Info

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Magnolia 'George Henry Kern'

…to June. Magnolia 'George Henry Kern' is a unique hybrid which offers the spring flowering of Magnolia stellata types with the robust, showy blooms of Magnolia liliflora. It is deciduous and slow growing, so it can be potted in a patio container…  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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Calycanthus 'Venus'

…which turn golden-yellow to brownish in autumn. It has a dense and relatively compact habit, making it a perfect choice for an average sized UK residential garden. Height: 1.8m (6'). Spread: 1.5m (5'). Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size…  More Info

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