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yellow flowers

10/11/2014
Autumn/Winter, Get The Look, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs

Winter Scented Plants & Trees

When considering what to plant in a winter garden, often the emphasis is on attractive, evergreen foliage, interesting bark or beautiful winter blossoms. There’s no denying that all of this works wonderfully to create a stunning winter display, however we’ve decided to focus on something a little bit different; Hamamelis Intermedia Arnold’s Promise More commonly known as Yellow Witch Hazel, this interesting plant releases a delicate, sweet fragrance that hangs in the crisp winter air, providing a sensory treat when the rest of the garden can start to appear bare.... Read More

11/01/2011
Around The Nursery Today, Autumn/Winter, Shrubs

Witch Hazel Hamamelis

Now is the time that the winter flowering shrub Hamamelis unfurl their ribbon like petals. These Witch Hazel shrubs boast a choice of red, orange and yellow scented flowers all of which are vibrant and fiery. Hamamelis are of great value to wildlife and with their glossy green spring/summer foliage and vivid autumn colour they make a big statement year round. Take a look below at some of my personal favorite Witch Hazel varieties. Click a photograph for further information.

17/09/2010
Ornamental Trees

Top Picks – Fragrant Flowers And Foliage

Often we choose trees and shrubs for our gardens that are aesthetically pleasing; sumptuous foliage, rich flowers and striking architectural forms but we mustn’t over look the importance of fragrance. From shrubs that dizzy the senses with the aroma of their blooms to trees with autumn foliage that smells good enough to eat here are my top picks for fragrance. Chimonanthus praecox – Wintersweet Fragrant: December January February A lovely medium sized bushy shrub for winter interest, wintersweet bares deliciously scented custard yellow flowers with blackberry-purple stained centres. Davidia involucrate... Read More

16/09/2010
Around The Nursery Today

Around The Nursery Today

Some of the photographs that I’ve taken around the nursery today… Pear ‘Thorn’ – Looking rosy the perry pear ‘Thorn’. View here Nyssa sylvatica – The black gum or black tulepo tree with amazing autumn colour already – it was almost too much for my camera to take! View here Acer platanoides ‘Red Lace’ – Fantastic frilly orange autumn colour from our own introduction [2005] ‘Red Lace’. View here Betula utilis jaquemontii ‘Doorenbos’ – Stunning white stemmed birch multistem that we planted in the car park last season. View all... Read More