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All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs
All Year Interest Shrubs

All Year Interest Shrubs

Wonderful all year round interest
Grows to
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250 cm
250 cm
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Plant Care Information:

Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Protect From Frost
Protect From Frost
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow
Wildlife Friendly
Wildlife Friendly

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3 x 3 potted plants
Item: 511454
£34.99
Grows to
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250 cm
250 cm
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  • 3 stunning compact shrubs have been put together in a wonderful collection to offer colour and interests each and every month! 
  • Prunus ‘Kojo-No-Mai’ will burst into flower before the leaves appear in Spring each year.
  • 'Fire Power' produces deep orange foliage that intensifies and darkens red as colder temperatures set in.
  • 'Midwinter Fire' offer glowing winter stems of vibrant, orange-flushed red stems.
  • All are fully winter hardy. Supplied as 3 established plant in pots ready to plant out.
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3 stunning compact shrubs have been put together in a wonderful collection to offer colour and interests each and every month! 
Japanese Blossom Cherry Prunus Kojo-No-Mai

Also known as the Fuji Cherry, this gorgeous, compact shrub will burst into flower before the leaves appear in late winter / early spring each year.
They start as red buds which appear to almost dance around the branches, but then open to reveal beautiful pale-pink flowers, each with a red centre. Perfect for small garden or growing in a pot on your patio, Kojo-No-Mai even provides autumn interest when its green leaves turn from green to bright reddish / orange before falling. The statuesque form of the tree is also a joy to observe on frosty mornings when a haw-frost shows it off to its very best.
Kojo-No-Mai is fully winter hardy whatever the weather and grows to just 250cm after 10 years if left un-pruned, but will be happy to receive a regular trim during early summer after flowering has finished.
Supplied as an established plant in a 19cm pot, ready to plant out

Nandina 'Fire Power'
One of the finest shrubs you can grow for spectacular winter colour from both leaves and red berries - this is a plant that should be in everyone's winter garden.
Also known as the sacred or heavenly bamboo, Nandina is totally winter-hardy and tough as old boots! With a bamboo-like habit, several upright stems emerge from a tight clump of leaves which in spring and summer is mid-green with the odd reddish or purplish tinge on new shoots. It produces small white flowers, but it really comes into its own as the temperatures drop in autumn.
The leaves turn spectacular bonfire orange red, perfect for Halloween and autumn colour, and keep getting darker red as it gets colder. The flowers have given way to berries, much like our own much-loved holly, which themselves get redder and redder too, so the whole plant is a frenzy of colour in full winter.
Great as a specimen in a pot, so you can move it near the door to lift your spirits on dark days, or equally at home in the soil in a mixed border planting. In Japan, it is traditionally grown near a door, so if you awake from a nightmare, you can tell your Nandina about your dream so that it cannot harm you!
Supplied as an established plant in a 2L pot ready for planting out or potting into your favourite container!

Cornus 'Midwinter Fire'
Also known as the Bloody dogwood or bloodtwig on account of its glowing winter colour, Cornus 'Midwinter Fire', is one of the best for colour, being much prized for its vibrant orange-flushed red stems.
Widely grown as ornamental plants, dogwoods are a subtle, underestimated garden staple which come into their own when their leaves change colour in a glorious display in autumn, falling to reveal the flame-coloured branches so popular with gardeners.
Fully winter hardy, dogwoods are a popular shrub for any garden or even a large container as they are fairly unfussy and are both easy to grow and low maintenance, with a long season of interest – all year round!
In spring, dogwoods bust into bloom with heads of dainty white flowers that are a magnet to butterflies and bees. These are followed in late summer by black berries that will attract all manner of birds into your garden.
You can be sure that this is a proven garden performer, guaranteed to be suitable for UK gardeners at every level of experience. You can therefore plant this in the garden with confidence, for stunning displays for many years to come.
Grow in sun or partial shade, but be aware that dogwood produces the best stem colour when grown in full sun.
Supplied as an established plant in a 19cm pot, ready to plant out

What Is Supplied

Item 511454 supplied as:
3 x 3 potted plants

Top Tips

Planting Advice for Cornus 'Midwinter Fire':

  • Grow in full sun to partial shade.
  • Dig a planting hole 3 x wider than the roots of the shrub you are planting and mix some well-rotted compost or manure with the soil from the hole and use this to refill once the shrub is in place.
  • We've found that a square hole is better than a round one as the new roots, once they reach the edges, tend to grow in a circle round the circumference of the hole whereas when they reach the corners of a square hole, they find it easier to grow through.
  • Before planting, soak container-grown shrubs thoroughly and allow to drain.

Planting Advice for Cornus 'Nandina':

  • Nandina prefers acid to neutral soil, especially if it is rich in organic matter and kept regularly watered.
  • Plants hate sitting in wet soil, so will benefit from added grit to the planting hole if your soil is heavy.
  • Plant in full sun if you want the best colour, however Nandina will also perform well in light shade.
  • No pruning is required, although you may want to remove any stems that have become long and leggy.

Planting Advice for Cornus 'Kojo-no-Mai':

  • Dig a square hole as deep as the roots and approximately 1.5x as wide.
  • Add Mycorrhizal fungi to the planting hole to help the plant establish quicker.
  • Spread the roots gently and place into the planting hole.
  • Mix well rotted compost or manure with the soil taken from the hole and then use to backfill around the tree.

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250 cm
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