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With grey-green foliage and little cream flowers in late spring, olive trees remind us of mediterranean destinations. Now grow your own and enjoy the green olive fruits close at hand. Position in a sheltered, sunny position to encourage fruit yields and protect from the coldest winter weather.…  More Info

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Euonymus europaeus 'Red Cascade'

Euonymus europeaus 'Red Cascade' is a selected form of a familiar hedgerow plant called the spindle bush. A deciduous shrub or small tree, with smooth, olive-green stems. This form was chosen for its particularly prodigious flowering; the rosy-red winged-fruits breaking open to reveal bright-orange…  More Info

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Kumquat - Citrus (House Plant)

…about the size of an olive (3-4cm diameter). Eaten whole they have a sweetly flavoured peel which contrasts with their tart juice. Grow your own and experiment with Kumquat sauces, marinades, marmalades, and chutneys. An attractive and novel citrus to grow. ' Citrus trees are ideal feature plants,…  More Info

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Acer davidii

…strange, snake-like pattern of its stunning bark and its large, handsome foliage which develops rich autumnal hues. It forms a small deciduous tree, often multi-stemmed, with a spreading crown of long, arching branches. On mature specimens, the bark bears beautiful creamy serpentine stripes against…  More Info

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Cordyline 'Southern Splendour'

Cordyline ‘Southern Splendour’ bears sword-shaped variegated leaves coloured olive green and bright pink. When mature, Cordylines develop into small, palm-like trees and make excellent focal points as container grown or border specimens and combine well with vibrantly coloured…  More Info

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Cordyline Trio

…they’re a rewarding choice for all-year-round colour and structure in coastal gardens and small urban spaces. Plants slowly mature into small trees, forming a woody trunk crowned with a tuft of sword-like leaves and producing small, fragrant panicles of cream flowers in the summer. Ultimate…  More Info

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Introduced by the Romans, the walnut has long been valued for its tasty nuts. It is also a handsome specimen tree for the larger garden, forming a short trunk and broad crown, clothed in shiny, bright green, pinnate leaves composed of oval leaflets. The leaves are distinctly aromatic when crushed.…  More Info

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