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Shrubs and roses are great for filling gaps and adding interest to your beds and borders. There are many shrub varieties 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
Buy shrubs online from our range below for truly spectacular displays.
Mahonia aquifolium (Large Plant)
Mahonia aquifolium offers year round interest in the garden. These handsome shrubs have glossy, weatherproof foliage, and spring blossom in acid yellow tones. The blue-black berries later add to the show, along with the leaves taking on a purple flush in autumn!
Mahonia plants are prickly evergreens, so are ideal for security planting and deterring burglars and cats from your garden. Mahonia aquifolium is spreading, and will fill awkward areas in shade, which is especially useful for woodland gardens. An easy to grow, low-maintenance shrub, that is ideal for small gardens and beginners. Height: 1m (39"). Spread: 1.5m (59").More info
Rose 'Easy Elegance Centennial' (Shrub Rose) (Large Plant)
Clusters of apricot-yellow blooms appear throughout summer which slowly fade to creamy-white against a backdrop of bronzed foliage. The exhibition quality blooms of Rose 'Easy Elegance Centennial' are carried on long, straight stems that make fabulous cut flowers. Perfect for cottage gardens and mixed borders, this blackspot and mildew resistant cultivar is a superb choice for beginner gardeners and experienced rose growers alike.
Easy Elegance Roses are low maintenance, repeat flowering shrub roses that are grown on their own roots. These hardy and disease resistant rose plants have been specially bred to be easy to grow, flowering from June right through to September. Height: 1m (39"). Spread: 60cm (24").More info
Spiraea betulifolia 'Tor' (Large Plant)This birch-leaved Spiraea forms a delightful little shrub with a neat mounding habit. Spiraea betulifolia 'Tor' bears flattened clusters of white flowers from May to July that attract butterflies and pollinating insects. Its dense framework of stems is covered by birch-like leaves with heavily toothed margins. As autumn takes hold, the deep green foliage turns to fabulous shades of orange, red and purple. Reaching just 1m (39") tall, this compact, hardy shrub is ideal for low hedging, and planting in wildlife gardens or at the front of mixed borders. Height and spread: 100cm (39"). More info
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