Christmas is coming!
Our Christmas display is now open with all sorts of lovely Christmas decorations, lights and artificial Christmas Trees, everything you need to brighten up your home this festive season. Towards the end of November we will have our deliveries of real Christmas Trees, the needlefast Noble and Nordman Firs, and also the traditional green Norway spruce, available both cut and pot grown.
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Plant of the Week: Sarcococca
This modest, unassuming plant has a secret weapon. Sarcococca, also known as Christmas box, is for most of the year a handsome evergreen with small, glossy leaves, low maintenance and the perfect backdrop to set off more colourful summer flowers. Then in December its tiny, almost invisible flowers open wide and release scent so glorious it'll fill the whole garden.
There are two types: the neat Sarcococca confusa, forming a dome around 1.2m tall, and S. hookeriana var. digyna with narrow, gracefully pointed leaves. Look out, too, for S. humilis, which makes a low hummock, easily trimmed into a low hedge as a substitute for disease-prone box.
Protect conifers from snow damage
Upright conifers like the column-like Taxus baccata 'Standishii' are vulnerable to damage from snow, which pulls branches out sideways with its weight and ruins the shape. If the weather looks as if it might close in tie the branches in loosely with rope or netting so they keep their elegant outline.
Clematis win a place in the heart of every gardener for their breathtaking flower displays as they scramble becomingly up fences and over trellises. Most varieties are very well-behaved and just need a little tucking in to their supports every so often and an annual prune to keep them performi…Read more