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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
Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem' (Large Plant)
Sorbaria 'Sem' is a compact shrub that looks superb in the middle of borders or in a large pot on the patio. The False Spiraea is a well-behaved, deciduous suckering shrub. The fern-like foliage has a kaleidoscope of yellow, green and bronze colours, and is joined by feathered white flowers in midsummer.
Despite its exotic appearance, Sorbaria is hardy and will grow in the coldest, most inhospitable places of any garden. In contrast to most plants, the spring and summer colours are pink-bronze colouring to yellow-green, with foliage changing to vibrant red in autumn. Height and spread: 150cm (59").More info
Rose 'Sunny Sky'
Honey yellow blooms turn to soft yellow on this elegant scented rose. Rose ‘Sunny Sky’ has rightly been voted Rose of the Year for 2016. Each bloom averages 10cm (4") across, bearing up to 30 petals for a stand out fruity fragrance.
This low maintenance rose will produce really strong summer display for minimal effort thanks to strong disease resistance and vigorous, yet retained, growth. Simply snip away blooms once they finish in mid-summer and you’ll be rewarded with a strong second flush in late summer, continuing into autumn. We’ve added this hardy rose to our range for its ease of care and strong performance - it s the perfect rose for novice and experienced gardeners alike. Planting roses is a sound investment for any garden, these long lived shrubs return each year and only require one simple pruning in late winter or early spring before growth starts again. Height 120cm (48"). Spread: 60cm (24").More info
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