Bursting into bloom just when the garden is in most need of some colour, Camellias are quite simply Queen of the winter flowers.
There are numerous species of these evergreen shrubs, but the most commonly grown are Camellia sasanqua, Camellia japonica, and hybrids of these. The young leaves of another species, Camellia sinensis, are actually used to make tea, which lets face it, we would be lost without these days!
Camellia japonica flowers in late winter and early spring, while Camellia sasanqua blooms in autumn and winter, both bringing welcome injections of colour and fragrance.
Beautiful topiary, the kind you see as features of great gardens and landscapes especially in the Italian gardens can look amazing sculptures in all sizes, we feature a number of shapes, sizes in Box, Yew, Olive, Hornbeam and Beech to name just a few of the topiary trees.
You will find fresh inspiration as well as popular spirals, cones, parachutes, cylinders, cubes, pyramids and balls on the nursery in a range of sizes and species. We also have trees pruned using the Japanese art of Niwaki, we call these cloud pruned trees and like the topiary these stunning creations are art forms Read More
When it comes to small gardens you would think that they are easier to plant and have looking good but the reality is in a large garden the space is easier to fill, in a small garden however the balance needs to be right and especially in town gardens