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The Boxwood Winter Gem is considered the classic evergreen boxwood hedge plant in the 2-3 foot hedge range.

Winter Gem Boxwood

Winter Gem Boxwoods For Sale Online - Winter Gem is considered the classic evergreen boxwood hedge plant in the 2-3 foot hedge range. When you think about defining or separating areas in the garden this is the boxwood hedging will be your first choice. Buxus microphylla Winter Gem, can be used to hide a heat pump, as foundation plants and is especially pretty against red brick

Erica x darleyensis Plant - Kramer's Red

Heather Plant - Erica x darleyensis Kramer's Red at Suttons Seeds

Erica x darleyensis Plant - Kramer's Red

Pittosporum Elizabeth is an attractive evergreen foliage shrub.  Elizabeth has variegated leaves which act as a foil to other plants in a mixed border. Each leaf is edged with a lovely pink, adding gorgeous subtle colour into a winter garden.  It can be clipped to shape to enliven a border or to create a colourful hedge. The small flowers delight with their scent.

Pittosporum Elizabeth is an attractive evergreen foliage shrub. Elizabeth has variegated leaves which act as a foil to other plants in a mixed border. Each leaf is edged with a lovely pink, adding gorgeous subtle colour into a winter garden. It can be clipped to shape to enliven a border or to create a colourful hedge. The small flowers delight with their scent.

Grey Box™ Westringia is a drought tolerant native box hedge plant

Grey Box™ Westringia is a drought tolerant native box hedge plant that can be used as a small formal hedge or as a mass planted compact shrub that will only get about double this height. It makes a…

Euonymus "Tom thumb" low and small hedge plant

Euonymus "Tom thumb" low and small hedge plant

Erica terminalis

Erica terminalis

Find help & information on Erica terminalis Corsican heath from the RHS