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A rare and rather beautiful compact growing species introduced from the Bei-ma-Shan in Yunnan in 1937, and reintroduced more recently by Jeanette Fryer in 1996.. Growing to just a metre or so tall ..
Beautiful arching evergreen shrub growing to around 2m. Small deep green oval leaves. In late spring to early summer masses of star shaped white flowers cover the branches. Beloved by bee..
White flowers followed by clusters of shiny red berries. Prostrate. Spread 5-7ft (1.8-2.6m). Any soil. Sun/shade. Excellent ground cover plant.
A bushy shrub or a graceful arching small tree. A spectacular display of white flowers in May-June are followed by clusters of apricot yellow berries from August until the birds get hungry..
Clusters of white flowers in June followed by orange/red berries. Height and spread to around 2m+ but can be kept smaller by trimming. Any soil that is not waterlogged in sun or part shade. A usefu..
This species makes a moderate sized (3m x 3m) shrub which takes hard pruning well should it ever become too big. Ideal as a specimen shrub or to make an unusual and attractive wildlife sup..
Small pink flowers in summer followed by large clusters of red berries. Height and spread to around 2m+ but can be kept smaller by trimming. Any soil that is not waterlogged in sun or part shad..
Heads of white flowers in June/July followed by clusters of red berries lasting well into winter. Very usefull plant for evergreen hedging and screening or as a specimen shrub. Height & s..