Not fussy to soil conditions, prefers full sun. This plant is ready to be planted into the ground in a month or so. Our best available 15-35cm tall plant in a sturdy 8cm pot; freshly hand picked from our nursery benches; cultivated by us, under UK climatic conditions.
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YouGarden#ad - Details - supplied as an established plant, approx. In colder areas protect during the winter. A slow growing plant that will require regular watering during the summer months.
60-80cm tall in a 14cm pot, ready to plant. Tropical look - this tropical, architectural beauty will add that holiday feel to your patio for years to come! Dramatic plant - with its spectacular fan-shaped foliage, the Phoenix palm provides a dramatic impact to any garden.
Winter hardy - despite its tropical origins, this exotic plant thrives in the UK and is winter hardy to -6°C. During a hot summer this plant may produce creamy-yellow flowers. Best in a sheltered spot in full or partial sun. Sunny position - this hardy evergreen palm tree loves a sunny position in the garden and will be perfect in patio pots! In the UK its mature height will be approx 1. 5m.
GardenersDream#ad - To achieve the strongest coloured leaves, they are full sun tolerant. Little red robin trees are valued all year round for their stunning display of bright coloured leaves and foliage. Due to being evergreen, the tree will retain their green leaves throughout the year.
It’s recommended to prune lightly towards the end of Winter/early Spring to encourage fresh, then just average watering after it's settled in. Photinia 'little red robin' is a more compact version of the renowned 'red robin' variety. Also known as the 'christmas berry' plant, it is best to situate in partially shaded areas, this evergreen photinia species will thrive in moist, however, well-drained soil.
Trained into a ‘lollipop’ single stem, patios, this tree is perfect to sit solitary in small gardens, borders or next to pathways and ponds.
As the second half of the year occurs, glossy green leaves. Emerging in spring with maturing shades of green and vibrant red, the tree will lose the colour and will be covered with lovely, giving it a fresh look for you garden. The tree requires regular watering until it has been established in their new environment, they’re a fairly low maintenance plant to care for. ". Due to the photinia trees hardy and bushy structure, variegated growth and to maintain shape form for the following season.
A wonderful crab Apple tree with attractive, gnarled branches. 3m 10ft in 10 years if left unpruned. Fully winter hardy. Source of food for wild birds, and bees and other beneficial insects love the gorgeous blossom.
YouGarden#ad - Ideal for small gardens - compact growing makes this mini apple tree ideal for the patio or balcony so everyone can grow them! Suitable for planting in a border or large pot. Bite size fruits - masses of mini, golf-ball sized fruits - perfect for kids.
Pink blossom - with pink spring blossom this apple tree is self-fertile and will fruit between between August and November. New variety - a must-have, brand-new variety of easy-to-grow, mini apple tree. Details - supplied as an established plant in a 13cm pot, with an eventual height of 2m.
GardenersDream#ad - Height and spread: 2. 5m / 2. 5m. Supplied Height: 5-6ft. Characteristics: small tree with exquisite display of large, deep-pink, double flowers that burst from the pendulous branches.
YouGarden#ad - The uk's most popular eating apple variety by far that will easily grow and flourish in your garden! Gorgeous fruit will be ready to pick fresh from your tree by mid-October each season.
Grown on a dwarfing root stock. Will grow to approx. Supplied as a 1. 5m tall, grower quality, multi-branched bare root tree. 2m 6-7 ft in 10 years. Because it is self-fertile it does not need another variety to act as a pollinator.
GardenersDream#ad - Soil: moist well-drained soil. Height and spread in 20 years: 6m / 3m. Hardiness and best Position: Fully hardy. Characteristics: slender tree with attractive lemon-yellow berries and vibrant crimson and purple leaves in autumn. Flowering: creamy white flowers in April and May. Full sun.
#ad3FATPIGS#ad - Apple text books often describe the flavour as "vinous" and it can indeed have a wine-like quality, although this is first and foremost a crisp sweet juicy unpretentious apple. For better fruiting plant a compatible partner: beauty of bath, fiesta, katy, gala, discovery, egremont russet, Idared, Malus John Downie, James Grieve, charles ross, Howgate Wonder, Cornish Aromatic, Laxton's Superb, Braeburn, Elstar, Malus John Downie, lord lambourne, Golden Delicious, Reverend W.
The appearance is exactly how you imagine a juicy apple looks. Fiesta is a mid-late season flowerer and can cross pollinate with any tree in the mid or late season categories.
For starters the apples are on the small size, great for kids. These are bare rooted plants which can be planted from the end of October until May and will be dispatched as soon as the weather turns cold and they become dormant.
The dispatch date depends on the Autumn temperature and varies from year to year. Spartan is a deep marroon-coloured apple with an excellent refreshing sweet flavour. Common name: apple genus: malus species: domestica cultivar: 'Spartan' Skill Level: Beginner Exposure: Full sun Hardiness: Hardy Soil type: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline. The spartan apple variety has a lot going for it. It is partially self-fertile. Being partially self-fertile, you can get away with not having a pollination partner, though your crop size will suffer a bit.