With its striking golden foliage this versatile plant is a favourite for many. An ideal choice for either a low, clipped hedge or border or a tall growing screen. . This shrub provides great colour contrast in your beds and its blue flowers contrast perfectly with its yellow foliage
This compact thick evergreen shrub is widely used in landscaping and is ideal for hedging. It will probably create the densest hedge you will be able to grow and it is widely used in maze gardens. Prune regularly to keep shape and for compact growth. It grows on the slow side.
This prolific grower, lends itself to marvellous formal applications such as shaped balls, and clipped hedges. The silver-grey foliage makes a statement from afar and this plant should not be overlooked when planning a drought resistant garden.
This hardy tree is an exceptional option to clip into a topiary standard or ‘lollipop’. In 'wilder' garden settings it also works excellently as a screening hedge that can be tamed to any height desired. It can also grow into a dense shade tree.
A pair of these tightly rounded evergreen box spheres is excellent for flanking a set of steps, doorway or path. Alternatively use them singly to create stylish focal points on the patio. These are one of our recommended plants, they're perfect for positioning in these swanky planters in a partially shady site, where the glossy, green leaves provide all year foliage interest and structure.
Considered to be a 'golden oldie' this plant remains popular for its ability to be a perfect specimen for a small garden, a pot, and even a balcony. In late winter flattish heads of pink flower buds appear, opening into tiny white flowers. Clusters of small metallic-blue berries mature in autumn.
Viburnum Tinus 'Lucidum'
2-3m H x 2-3m W
Sun to Semi-Shade
Star Jasmine Std | Trachelospermum Jasminoides Std
This attractive, medium-sized shrub, with its glossy, dark green leaves and large heads of sweetly scented, small, white jasmine-like flowers is a treat for any shaded garden. The foliage is excellent for flower arranging.
The dense, compact growth of this beautiful evergreen shrub is perfect for small hedges, screens or foundation plantings. The leaves are slightly smaller and darker green than V. tinus. Tight clusters of lightly fragrant pinkish-white flowers in spring are followed by dark blue-black fruit.