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Trees - ever fancied growing one in your garden, but worried about it getting too big? They're not all giants and our range features deciduous and evergreen trees for all sizes of garden. Some can even be grown in large containers on the patio.
Acer palmatum 'Orange Dream'
Japanese MapleThe yellow and burnt-orange spring foliage of Acer palmatum ‘Orange Dream’ contrasts beautifully with its small red blooms. The leaves colour to vibrant lime green throughout summer, before turning to orange and gold for a stunning autumn display. With an elegant spreading habit, this slow growing Japanese Maple is ideal for growing in large patio containers or as a splendid focal point for a sheltered position. Height and spread: 3m (10’). More info
Pomegranate - Exotic Seed Collection
The Pomegranate forms a neat bush which can be grown outdoors in a warm position, either as a free-standing shrub or fan-trained against a wall. The rich red blooms which have silky scarlet petals are very decorative, and are followed by the fleshy Pomegranate fruits which are absolutely delicious!
Easy and quick to grow in any good compost, and in a position of good sunlight. Will need to be kept warm to ensure fruiting. May also need winter protection in cool regions. Height 3m (10ft).
Please note that due to the nature of our exotic range of seeds, some varieties are more challenging and may require more care and patience to grow than other less exotic varieties. However we wish you every success and hope you agree that they are definitely worth the effort.More info
Cherry 'Iford Flowering'
Prunus, Ornamental CherryCustomer Rating
A fantastic opportunity to plant this stunning, historic tree in your own garden! At the turn of the 19th century Harold Peto, architect and garden designer, found a small and completely pendulous pale shell pink flowering cherry on one of his plant collecting trips to the East. He named it the Iford Cherry and it was planted on the Iford terraces and trailed down the terrace banks and along the paths creating a truly magnificent sight by all accounts of the time. In 1999 the present owners of Iford Manor decided to propagate from the only surviving tree which by then had only one living branch which was no thicker than a pencil. Graft wood was taken and the tree died a few weeks later. Three trees were raised from the grafts and became the mother wood for the trees now for sale.
This delightful and historic tree is ideal for growing in a container or as a small tree in the garden. It flowers in early spring and has a marvellous bronze/red leaf colour during the Autumn. Decorative Tree Height to 1-1.5m. Flowers early April. More info
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