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Conservatory and Sunroom Plants

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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Cyanotis somaliensis

Cyanotis somaliensis

Furry Kittens, Pussy Ears

A neat, creeping little houseplant with small slightly hairy leaves. Small, fluffy blue flowers in winter spring. Ideal for a windowsill which is not too sunny. Can also be grown in a hanging basket where it will trail

£6.50
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Cycas revoluta

Cycad

An ancient palm-like plant which dates back to the dinosaur era. Makes an eye-catching specimen plant for a tub indoors, eventually forming a thick trunk and growing to around 2m but can be kept more compact by keeping in a moderate sized pot.

£7.50
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Cyperus  'Zumila'

Cyperus 'Zumila'

Dwarf Pot Sedge, Cat Grass

A miniature sedge, with bright green leaves topped by the typical umbrella arrangement of flowers. A nice little plant for a cool windowsill.

£6.50
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Cyperus albostriatus

Cyperus albostriatus

Dwarf Umbrella Plant

A low-growing relative of the Papyrus, this makes good groundcover for the edges of a pond in mild gardens.

£6.00
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Cyperus esculenta

Cyperus esculenta

Chufa, Tiger Nut

A frost tender sedge, with umbrella like flowers. Produces edible tubers called Tiger Nuts.

£6.50
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Cyperus prolifer

Cyperus prolifer

Dwarf Papyrus Sedge

A very architectural tender grass for a windowsill or conservatory with upright stems which branch into a palm-like shape at the top. A smaller and more manageable alternative to the Cyperus Papyrus, growing to a maximum of 1m. Stand in a saucer and keep topped up with water at all times.  

£6.50
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Cyphomandra  betacea

Cyphomandra betacea

Tamarillo, Tree Tomato

A scrambling evergreen shrub producing egg shaped and sized edible fruit (eaten raw or used for jams or jellies). Given a frost free sunny greenhouse border, fruit will be produced in late summer.

£6.50
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Dais  cotinifolia

Dais cotinifolia

Basboom

Lovely shrub with umbels of scented pink flowers in summer. Hardy in very mild, sheltered gardens. Grow in well drained soil and full sun. Prune in spring, hard back if needed.

£7.50
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Dasylirion longissimum

Dasylirion longissimum

Mexican Grass Plant

Mexican relative of the Agave with very coarse, slender grey leaves to 1.5m long forming an overall spherical shape. Tall spikes of white, bell shaped flowers appear in summer on mature specimens. Be aware the tips of the leave are sharp so keep above the eyeline of children and pets

£8.50
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Dichroa febrifuga

A tender evergreen shrub from China, best in sheltered frost-free gardens, or in a cold conservatory, in good moisture retentive soil in part shade.

£7.50
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