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Lophomyrtus Red Dragon is a New Zealand native evergreen plant that has fine red foliage. Makes a great addition to a green garden as it contrasts against green foliage plants very well . A perfect plant to give the garden a wee bit of structure or pull it all the way through for some continuity. Likes a spot in the fll sun with good drainage. The colour will deepen in the cooler months. I like this plant for using as a low hedge. looks superb. I recommend planting at 75cm spacing is you are wanting to hedge Lophomyrtus Red Dragon. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate in contacting us.
Portuguese Laurel is a magnificent hedging plant. Is a glossy evergreen with small white flowers followed by red berries. A great choice if you are looking for a hedge to stay between 1 to 2 m in height. Very tough and grows in full sun to full shade, not a real fan of sitting to wet, so free draining soil is a must. Requires a trim twice a year, once in late spring and another early autumn. Plant them between 80cm to 1m apart. The closer you go the tighter the hedge and the faster you get it, but no need to go any closer than 80cms.
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(English box). Bushy evergreen shrub with lush green foliage. Making this a must for hedging in a formal garden. Hardiness: Hardy Height x Width: 1 x 1m
The image of the plant in the container is an example of our PB18 grade - they are looking incredible and are a great way to create an instant visual
Snowy white fragrant petals that remain unaffected by rain. An easy care groundcover rose with a super long flowering period. High disease resistance. Great for flower beds, mass plantings and containers. Plant 2-3 per square metre for ground cover. and 60-90cm apart for borders. Cut back to a third of its size in late winter. No minimum number required. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate in contacting us.