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Shrubs and roses are great for filling gaps and adding interest to your beds and borders. There are many that are easy to grow and care for and will give you years of pleasure, making this range of plants great value for money! View our video on How to plant shrubs and take a look at Michael Perry's (New Product Development Manager) Top 5 shrub recommendations
Hibiscus syriacus 'Oiseau Bleu' (Large Plant)
Hibiscus syriacus 'Blue Bird', Rose Mallow
Hibiscus flowers are some of the most exotic in the garden. These hardy shrubs are one of the last to break into leaf in late spring. But once they do, they're clothed in pretty three-lobed foliage until a late summer explosion of tropical, silky blooms that last right through into October, when much else had faded. Hibiscus 'Oiseau Blue', or 'Bluebird' as it is often named, requires little maintenance but enjoys a long, hot summer to produce the most stunning blue hibiscus flowers. Height: 3m (10'). Spread: 2m (6').
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
Cotoneaster adpressus 'Little Gem' (Large Plant)
Cotoneaster 'Tom Thumb'This low growing, deciduous shrub has a handsome spreading habit, forming a neat mound of green foliage. The dense leaves turn to gentle shades of red and purple as autumn approaches. Small, white summer flowers are followed by an attractive display of scarlet winter berries that are loved by birds. The distinctive prostrate form of Cotoneaster adpressus 'Little Gem' makes it perfect for low growing ground cover in rockeries and borders. A superb specimen for cascading down banks and low walls. Height: 40cm (16"). Spread: 200cm (79"). More info
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