Hedera helix 'Goldchild'

common ivy

2 litre pot
pot size guide
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  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: humus-rich, preferably alkaline, moist, well-drained soil (or John Innes No3 potting compost for container-grown plants)
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: October and November
  • Flower colour: yellowish-green (on mature plants)
  • Hardiness: half hardy

    Clusters of yellowish-green autumn flowers and small, lustrous, three to five-lobed, grey-green leaves with bold yellow margins. This versatile, variegated, evergreen climber is ideal as a houseplant or for covering a low wall. For use outdoors chose a sunny site sheltered from cold, drying winds with fertile, moist, well-drained, preferably alkaline soil.

  • Garden care: Water specimens grown as houseplants regularly during the growing season, providing a balanced liquid fertiliser each month. Keep moist during the winter months. Plants may be pruned at any time of the year to keep within bounds

  • Harmful if eaten/may cause skin allergy

Geranium phaeum 'Album'

dusky cranesbill

Small, white nodding flowers. Will thrive in shade

£8.99 Buy

Bergenia 'Silberlicht'

elephant's ears (syn. Silverlight )

Early flowers in spring

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Phyllostachys aureosulcata f. spectabilis

showy yellow-groove bamboo

Canes have tones of red in late summer

£29.99 Buy

Viburnum davidii

viburnum

Attractive turquoise-blue berries

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Fatsia japonica

Japanese aralia

A handsome, evergreen shrub

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Viburnum tinus 'French White'

laurustinus

Handsome large white flower

£11.99 Buy
 

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