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Fuchsia Lady Boothby is a beautiful climbing fuchsia with single red and dark purple centred flowers. It is a deciduous shrub with a bushy, drooping habit. It is a good climber with a maximum height and spread of 1.2m x 0.9m.
The Crinodendron hookerianum which gets it common name (lantern tree) from its pink/red lantern shaped flowers that are produced from May to August which are suspended from the undersides of its attractive arching branches.
Leycesteria Formosa, also known as the Himalayan Honeysuckle is a deciduous shrub that produces attractive white flowers and showy, dark red bracts and purple-red pendant clusters of berries in autumn.
Berberis darwinii Nana is a fast growing evergreen shrub which is ideally suited to small hedging or as a ground cover shrub. It produces masses of golden-orange flowers in the spring followed by berries in autumn.
The Pieris japonica Flaming Silver is an erect evergreen shrub which produces clusters of white bell-shaped flowers in the spring. New growth on the Pieris is a striking red colour, but as the foliage matures they turn green with a silver margin.
The Lavatera Red Rum which is also known as a Tree Mallow or shrubby mallow produces funnel-shaped dark red flowers over a long period in summer. Good for containers and grows in full sun and semi-shade.
The Euonymus fortunei Emerald Gaiety is an evergreen foliage shrub that can be planted as an informal hedge, a ground cover plant or even as a climber. During the winter, the shrub takes on an attractive red-pink colour to the leaves.
The Cistus produces a mass of flowers in midsummer. In June and July, the Cistus x corbariensis produces gorgeous white flowers. Being one of the large bush varieties of the Cistus plants, it will grow and reach a height of approximately 4-6ft.