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A selection of seeds and plants with interesting leaves and different growing habits to give your beds, borders and containers an exotic flair. From low, dense border fillers to tall, leafy banana plants, there's something for every garden.
Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil' (Large Plant)
Spiraea opulifolius, NinebarkBring colour to even the smallest garden borders with this superb dwarf Ninebark. The new leaves of Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil' emerge bright red before maturing to deep burgundy by summer. The dark foliage contrasts beautifully with clusters of pink flowers that adorn the branch tips from June. By late summer the flowers are replaced by attractive fruits. Undemanding and easy to grow, this compact variety makes a superb choice for beginner gardeners, providing a long season of interest for little effort. Height and spread: 1.2m (4’). More info
Euonymus japonicus (Large Plant)
Evergreen Spindle, Japanese Spindle TreeThis hardy evergreen shrub has a variety of uses in the garden; allowed to grow, Euonymus japonicus can be included in a hedge or screen, if kept clipped it can also be used as part of a formal border or bed as it will retain its shape with regular pruning. Evergreen Spindle is also suitable for coastal gardens and can be left alone as a stand-alone shrub too. Height: 400cm (157"). Spread: 200cm (79"). More info
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