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Abelia Magic Daydream - Abelia

Abelia Magic Daydream

Abelia

Common Name: Abelia Magic Daydream Latin Name: Abelia x grandiflora 'Magic Daydream' Soil: Fertile, well-drained soil Position: Full sun Flowering period/colour: June to October/ White and pink Hardiness: Half hardy Eventual height/spread: 0.6m/0.9m Special features: Sweetly scented flowers that change from white to pink. The ‘Magic Daydream’ is a wonderful little shrub with so much to offer due to its ever-changing interest throughout the growing season. The leaves alone are a kaleidoscope of colours: their main colour is dark green and they have variegated cream margins, plus new leaves have a rosy blush, making this a wonderfully colourful plant based on the foliage alone. To add to this, from June to October an abundance of sweetly scented flowers appear and these start out white and mature to pink. The star-shaped flowers sit nestled amongst the glossy foliage and give off a delightful fragrance, making this a great choice for sensory planting. If you want to attract more bees and butterflies to your garden then this Abelia will do the trick.  Eventually the 'Magic Daydream' will grow to have a compact, bushy habit, making it the perfect choice for planting in a pot on a sunny patio. If you want a planting partner then we love this alongside the golden green foliage of the Spiraea japonica 'Golden Princess'. Give this Abelia protection in winter if you are in a colder area. 

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Acacia dealbata

Mimosa Tree

Acacia dealbata provides a vibrant burst of sunshine during the winter months as its highly distinctive flowers appear in January. The flowers resemble small, fluffy spheres and they are golden yellow in colour; they are highly fragrant and their sweet scent can be a real treat for the senses over the winter months. In fact, the essence of the flowers, called ‘cassie’, is used in perfumes and fragrances around the world. Aside from human uses, bees and insects love the Mimosa flowers too, and it’s a valuable source of late winter fuel for the bees in particular. Aside from the floral interest, the foliage offers a healthy dose of year-round colour. The pinnate leaves are large with feathery leaflets: the foliage colour is a glaucous blue-green, but can sometimes be silvery green. The leaves make the perfect foil for the vibrant winter flowers. In terms of its habit, the Acacia dealbata will grow to have widely spaced branches and it will become a small-medium sized tree. This Australian native is half-hardy, so it will need some protection in exposed sites. An ideal situation would be to plant it in a sheltered spot against a south-facing wall for optimum protection. If you want a planting partner, we would recommend the Eucalyptus Gunnii as it also has glaucous blue foliage. Equally, the Cytisus Battandieri works really well due to its vivid floral summer display, as you get bright yellow flowers in winter from the Acacia and vibrant yellow flowers in summer from the Cytisus. Common Name: Mimosa or Silver WattleLatin Name: Acacia dealbataSoil: Any free draining soil.Position: Full sunHardiness: Half hardy. May need protection in very cold winters.Flowering Period: Late winter into springFlowering Colour: Small, yellow , fluffy ballsEventual Height/Spread: 8m (26ft) / 4m (14ft)Special features: An interesting small evergreen tree with small, yellow , fluffy balls

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Acer Red Sunset - Autumn Foliage

Acer Red Sunset

Red Maple Tree

Common Name: Red rubrum 'Franksred'Latin Name: Acer rubrum 'Red Sunset'Soil: Medium to wet, well-drained soil. Slight preference for acid soil.Position: Full sun/partial shade.Flowering period/colour: March-April/ red Hardiness: Very hardy (even in severe winters)Eventual height/spread: 15m/ 10mSpecial features: A dramatic show of autumn leaf colour The 'Franksred', an American native, is one of the most desirable acer trees around and it truly deserves its name of 'red sunset' as it offers a plethora of red shades: its red stems, red flowers, red fruits, red-tinged new foliage and, of course, its stunning autumnal red leaves make for a sensational scarlet show. The 3 or 5 lobed leaves, which, once mature, are mid-green in colour, are finely serrated at their edges. New foliage has a red blush and in spring the leaves are accompanied by red flowers, which later become red fruits. The autumn colour is spectacular, with the leaves turning to blistering shades of red: the leaf colour is more prominent in more acidic soils.Eventually the 'Franksred' will grow to have a rounded-oval crown with densely-packed branches, making it a fantastic garden feature. This makes a wonderful specimen tree, but it also works well when planted alongside another strong specimen, like the Acer pseudoplatanus 'Leopoldii', as the habit of the two trees is similar, but the leaf colour is different and the two would contrast perfectly. 

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Acer Sun Valley - Foliage

Acer rubrum Sun Valley

Red Maple Tree

Common Name: Red mapleLatin Name: Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley'Soil: Medium to wet, well-drained soil. Slight preference for acid soil.Position: Full sun/partial shade. Flowering period/colour: March/redHardiness: Fully hardy in the severest European climates (to below -20°C).Height and spread in 20-50 years: 6m-10m/4.5m-7.5mSpecial features: Bright red autumn colour. Tolerates wet soil. Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley' is a fine, medium-sized maple tree that produces a blaze of red colour in autumn. No fruit is produced, which can be an advantage in areas where the usual winged maple fruit would spread around, and have to be cleared up. The species name ‘rubrum’ means red, and this tree does indeed produce a very striking show of red colour to brighten up any garden. The genus name ‘Acer’ indicates that this tree is a maple, and maple trees are well known as fine specimen trees. They have a leaf with a characteristic shape, as seen on the Canadian flag, and a statuestque figure. Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley' is a medium-sized variety, which is useful for locations of more restricted size. Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley' is a male tree resulting from a cross between Acer rubrum 'Red Sunset' and Acer rubrum 'Autum Flame'. It has a particulary symmetrical ovate crown. Average growth in good conditions takes it to 6.4m height in the first ten years, finally maturing to 10m.

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Amelanchier Ballerina - Summer Berries

Amelanchier Ballerina

Snowy Mespilus Tree

Amelanchier Ballerina, also known as Snowy Mespilus Tree, is a great feature in any garden due to its upright, compact growth habit. 

It has beautiful ovate leaves that are coppery-bronze when young, which fade to green before turning to brilliant shades of orange and red in the autumn.In early April, the Snowy Mespilus Tree graces your garden with large white flowers, which create a breathtaking spring-time scene. Later, deep red and purple berries appear, which are sure to attract plenty of birds and wildlife to your space.

Amelanchier Ballerina is resilient and hardy. It performs best in well drained soil and can tolerate pollution. We recommend positioning this tree in full sun or partial shade.After a 20 year growth period, Amelanchier grandiflora Ballerina will have an approximate height of 4 metres and a spread of about 3 metres. The compact growth habit and hardiness of Snowy Mespilus Tree make it an adaptable specimen that will work in gardens of any size. Enjoy the colourful displays of Amelanchier Ballerina year after year.Common Name: Snowy Mespilus TreeLatin Name: Amelanchier grandiflora 'Ballerina'Soil: Fertile, moist but well-drained soilPosition: Full sun or partial shadeFlowering period/ colour: March to April / whiteHardiness: Fully hardyHeight and spread in 20 years: 4m/3mSpecial features: Profusion of white flowers in spring. (Deciduous) Trustpilot

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Amelanchier lamarkii - Foliage

Amelanchier lamarckii

June Berry Tree

Amelanchier lamarkii, or June Berry tree, is a hardy garden tree which features snow-white flowers and bronzed leaves, with a good autumn colour. This graceful Amelanchier offers changing interest and it would be a welcome addition to any garden. In spring, young foliage shoots through and the leaves are a coppery red colour when young. The leaves are soon accompanied by a stunning shower of star-shaped flowers, which appear in abundance all over the tree. The flowers have five pure white petals and the protruding yellow stamens are the centerpiece of the pretty flowers. Come summer, the leaves mature to a deeper green colour and the purple-black berries appear in June. The clusters of glossy berries make a great natural bird feeder, but they are also edible for humans and they taste like blueberries. The berries can be enjoyed straight from the tree, or they can be cooked up as a jam. Autumn sees the final burst of colour from the foliage: the leaves put on a spectacular show of warm red and bronzed orange before falling. The 'lamarkii' is a hardy tree which makes an ideal lawn specimen: it grows to have a broadly vase-shaped habit and is relatively small when mature, making it suitable for a range of gardens. A deservedly popular tree that works well with a range of other trees: in particular, the Amelanchier Ballerina sits well against this tree as the two are remarkably similar, but the Ballerina has a slightly different habit as the branches arch over a little more. Common Name: June Berry TreeLatin Name: Amelanchier lamarckiiSoil: Fertile, moist but well-drained soilPosition: Full sun or partial shadeFlowering period/colour: March to April / white star-shaped flowersHardiness: Fully hardyHeight and spread in 10 years: 4m/3mSpecial features: Beautiful autumn leaf colour. (Deciduous) Trustpilot

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