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Viburnum x bodnantense Dawn - Flower

Viburnum x bodnantense Dawn

Viburnum

Common Name: ViburnumLatin Name: Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn'Soil: Average, medium moisture, well-drained; soils, acid, alkaline or neutral.Position: Full sun to part shade.Flowering period/colour: March/AprilHardiness: Fully hardyHeight and spread in 20 years: 3m/1.5mSpecial features: Attractive, fragrant, pink/white spring flowers, autumn colour in foliage.Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn' belongs to the Adoxaceae family, and was bred as a cross between V. farreri and V. grandiflorum at Bodnant Garden, Tal-y-Cafn, in north Wales. It is ideal for low maintenance gardens, and is best sited in flower beds and herbaceous borders. It requires only very occassional pruning to keep its shape tidy, and is generally maintenance-free. If required, the plant tolerates hard restorative pruning, and so is ideal for a garden that receives only occassional maintenance.Viburnam x bodnantense 'Dawn' is best grown in medium soils that are neither dry or wet. It flowers best in full sun, and in a protected area, as the blooms can be lost to an early frost. The plant is very flexible as to soil pH, growing happily in acid, alkaline and neutral soils.This shrub is at its most valuable in spring, when visual effect is of a large structure of upright branches, free of leaves, and covered in small clouds of pink/white blossom. This creates an attractive image when viewed at a distance from a house. The blooms are valued for their attractive scent and fine trumpet shape when viewed close-to.The leaves are also striking in summer, dark green with a slightly purple tint and a strong veined shape. The leaves take on an attractive autumn colour.

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Wisteria Prolific - Flower

Wisteria Prolific

Blue Wisteria Plant

Common Name: Chinese Wisteria ProlificLatin Name: Wisteria sinensis 'Prolific'Soil: Any free draining soilPosition: Full sun or partial Shade.Hardiness: HardyFlowering Period: May and JuneFlowering Colour: Two-tone blue and lilacEventual Height/Spread: 8m x 5mSpecial features: Very fragrant, two-tone blue and lilac flowers followed by seed pods in the summer.The Blue Wisteria Plant, or Wisteria Sinensis Prolific, is a fast growing climber that gives a stunning burst of colour to any landscape. 

 The Blue Wisteria Plant flourishes in well-drained, fertile soil, but will tolerate most soil types. Plus, it thrives in full sun to partial shade and is resilient and hardy. 

Chinese Wisteria Prolific explodes into a breathtaking display of blue flowers in spring. An abundance of hanging, fragrant, blue-lilac pea flowers are produced in late spring and are often repeated in hot summers. The leaves open in a coppery colour, gradually turning golden green with time.Wisteria Prolific is known for its vigorous climbing habit, which makes it ideal for covering pergolas, arbors, or walls, creating a captivating focal point in your garden.Reaching a height of 8 metres and spreading around 5 metres, the Blue Wisteria Plant provides beautiful, scented lilac-blue flowers that also attract wildlife. 

Enhance your outdoor space with this wonderful climber.All of our Wisteria's are grafted, ensuring that they produce flowers from a very young age.

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