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Orange Blossom

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Choisya ternata

A low maintenance, drought resistant plant that thrives in harsh conditions such as exposed coastal gardens, Choisya ternata, Mexican Orange Blossom, as the name suggests is originally from Mexico. It has dark green, oval foliage that is evergreen, and star shaped, highly…  More Info

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Choisya ternata 'Sundance'

Mexican Orange Blossom is a popular shrub grown for its evergreen foliage, scented blooms and tolerance of difficult growing conditions, including coastal gardens. Choisya ternata 'Sundance' bears glossy, evergreen, bright yellow leaves, above which fragrant white flowers are…  More Info

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Philadelphus 'Manteau d'Hermine'

…or Mock Orange will relish a prominent position in your garden. The double blooms of this delightful shrub are reminiscent of pom-poms, emitting an almost addictive ?orange blossom' perfume. The compact nature of this Philadelphus makes it perfect for small…  More Info

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Choisya x dewitteana 'White Dazzler'

A fabulous new variety of Mexican Orange Blossom which becomes smothered in pretty white, fragrant flowers in April, and again in late summer and early autumn. Choisya x dewitteana 'White Dazzler' is a compact evergreen shrub with small, slender, glossy green leaves which are…  More Info

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Mirabilis longiflora 'Angels Trumpets'

…with a star-shaped magenta eye and tangerine stamens. Opening in the late afternoon, these elegant flowers will perfume the air with a heady orange blossom fragrance which continues throughout the night, attracting moths, then closing again in the morning. The bushy…  More Info

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Philadelphus 'Pearls of Perfume'

Inhale fragrant clouds of blossom all summer with this fabulous new Mock Orange! The first of its kind, Philadelphus ‘Pearls of Perfume’ represents a dramatic breeding breakthrough. Plants don’t just produce a single burst of flowers but continue to rebloom…  More Info

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Choisya 'Little Bee'

This petite Choisya is perfect for the smaller garden or container growing. Choisya is an evergreen low-maintenance shrub with glossy, bright green leaves and white starry flowers in May to June which are sweetly fragrant. It tolerates difficult situations including coastal gardens.…  More Info

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Begonia 'Solananthera'

An easy-care indoor Begonia which is grown for its abundant sprays of heavily perfumed flowers. Naturally climbing or trailing, Begonia ‘Solananthera’ is perfect for a hanging pot where its lax, trailing stems clothed in glossy, heart-shaped leaves can be left to cascade…  More Info

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Crab Apple 'John Downie'

One of the most popular crab apples for jelly making! Pink buds open to reveal pretty white cup shaped blossom in April and May, followed by large orange and red fruits in autumn. Crab Apple ?John Downie? makes an attractive and productive specimen tree for smaller gardens,…  More Info

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Cotoneaster suecicus 'Coral Beauty'

…the perimeters of buildings. It can help prevent weeds from growing, as it spreads over the ground. In spring it has creamy white blossom, and in autumn orange/red berries, that can attract garden birds. The leaves are dark green, and oval shaped. Height: 100cm (39).…  More Info

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Blueberry 'Patriot' (Organic)

…to grow because they easily earn their place in the garden for their ornamental qualities alone – with white, waxy blossom in the spring followed by fiery red and orange autumn colours. They are perfect for growing in pots of ericaceous compost on a sunny patio…  More Info

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Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena'

A decadent Spring cherry blossom of compact proportions, Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena' exhibits a riveting display of white double flowers which amply cover its lush green stems. As the growing season progresses, the leaves turn a rich and vibrant orange - quite the autumn…  More Info

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Citrus Tree Collection

…flavour of home-grown citrus fruits. Although 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…  More Info

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Plum 'Gypsy' (Mirabelle)

…Ukraine. It produces heavy crops of dark red cherry plums with rich, juicy and notably sweet orange flesh. One of the best for eating fresh but suitable for cooking too. The dazzling, white spring blossom is an additional bonus.* Self-fertility: self-fertile'*…  More Info

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Fuji Cherry 'Kojo No Mai'

…either as a specimen shrub, under-planted with early spring bulbs or as part of a wildlife garden where the abundant blossoms attract bees. In the autumn, the leaves take on rich orange and red tones, making this cherry superb for seasonal interest. Height and spread:…  More Info

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Amelanchier lamarckii

…noted for their vivid colours, changing from copper red in spring to green in summer, and then beautiful orange and red tones by the autumn. It is popular for its magnificent white spring blossom, which appears almost pink alongside the young foliage. Snowy Mespilus…  More Info

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Orange Tree

…the taste of home grown Panama Oranges! The delicious 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 orange blossom in spring make orange  More Info

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Philadelphus 'Virginal'

With its fabulous orange blossom fragrance and exquisite double white flowers, Philadelphus 'Virginal' is well worth a place in your garden. The heavily scented, nectar rich blooms fragrance the air from late spring to early summer, attracting bees and other pollinating…  More Info

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Lime Tree

…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 become more ripe.…  More Info

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