Clematis is known as the ‘Queen of Climbers’ for its wide number of varieties which produce a wide range of flowers in various colours and shapes. To pick the right one for your garden, you must consider size/habit, planting position, and type of flowers.
More commonly known as maples, acers are deciduous trees or shrubs and are popular due to their distinctive foliage. They are particularly attractive in Autumn due to the colour some produce. Acers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, some weep and cascade while others stand upright, and they come in several different colours. To name a few: firecracker, atropurpureum, sango-kaku… we have more available in store.
Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’
This fatsia japonica variety is popular due to its appearance, as it looks like it’s been dusted with icing sugar! A lovely specimen and is further enhanced when planted near white-flowering plants. The variegation changes from leaf-to-leaf, season-to-season.
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By Nadia Hallwood