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CHRISTMAS DELIVERIES

Orders placed after Saturday 14th December will be despatched on or after Monday 6th January 2020

To view or collect plants from the nursery in Novemeber & December please contact us before visiting

Conservatory and Sunroom Plants

AVAILABLE SPRING/SUMMER 2020

We probably use the term Conservatory Plants a bit too freely – after all, plants were around long before conservatories, and with a bit of ingenuity, it is amazing the number of ‘conservatory’ plants you can grow - without a conservatory! A sun-lounge, porch or gently heated greenhouse will be appreciated by many medium-sized plants and some smaller plants can be accommodated on a windowsill.

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Tradescantia zebrina 'Quadricolor'

Tradescantia zebrina 'Quadricolor'

Wandering Jew, Inch Plant

A colourful cultivar with leaves irregularly striped with green, pink, white and cream. Shade from sun under glass to prevent the leaves from scorching.

£5.00
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Tripogandra serrulata 'Purple Scimitars'

(aka Setcreasea or Tradescantia). Rarely offered in the UK, this makes an attractive upright-then-trailing plant for indoors, or for summer containers outdoors.

£5.00
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Tweedia caerulea

Tweedia caerulea

Southern Star, Blue Flowered Milkweed

Semi shrubby climber bearing clusters of beautiful pale turquoise blue star-shaped flowers in summer; best in a sunny conservatory, or outside in the mildest frost free localities.

£7.50
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Vigna caracalla

Vigna caracalla

Snail Vine/ Corkscrew Vine This is such a weird and wonderful climber we just had to grow it! The corkscrew shaped flowers are highly fragrant and transit through purple-lilac to cream, turning yellow with age. It originates from central and south America where the fragrant flowers attract ants for pollination. Suitable for growing in a big pot on a summer patio or humid conservatory£7.50
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