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Plants For Dry Areas

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Hypericum x dummeri 'Peter Dummer'

…durable plant and will thrive in most conditions, including dry soils, near walls, or beneath large conifer trees. The plant has a bushy rounded habit, and planted together, can create a low carpet of foliage and flowers. This easy going shrub will…  More Info

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Sea Buckthorn Hedging

Growing well in conditions that other plants would struggle in, Sea Buckthorn is a perfect hedging plant for coastal areas as it prefers dry, sandy soils. Its small, silvery leaves cover prickly/thorny stems making it great for security hedging and…  More Info

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Hosta sieboldiana var. elegans

…Hostas will thrive on both dry or damp shaded areas. Height: 100cm (39). Spread: 120cm (48). Culinary information: The best part to use is the hoston, the rolled up leaf as it emerges in the spring. Cooking depends on the size of the hostons, small ones can be fried …  More Info

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Eucryphia nymanensis 'Nymansay'

…this a great choice for a wildlife area. Although hardy, Eucryphia enjoys a sheltered spot, well away from cold, drying winds. This majestic tree makes a fabulous specimen for a woodland garden or grown against a lightly shaded wall. Height: 15m (49?).…  More Info

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