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Getting tender plants through the winter

Trailing Indoor Plants

Trailing plants are becoming increasingly popular, and rightly so - they can be accommodated in a small area on a shelf or dedicated plant hanger. Just remember to get them down regularly to check them for watering, as they very often tend to get overlooked. 

An increasing number of our tender plants are grown by us on our nursery, and will mostly be supplied in 9 cm pots. Occasionally we supply larger bought in plants, these have generally been grown in Holland or Denmark and will be more expensive. We believe our own 'home grown' plants offer much better value, and when potted on and grown in your particular conditions will make more well-adjusted plants. 

Winter Mail Order

During the winter we stop sending out our tender plants, but leave a selection of them visible on our web site so you can see what we will have next year. If there are any plants you are interested in please let us know, so we can reserve them for you.

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Callisia repens

Callisia repens

Inch Plant

A neat little plant spreading sideways to make a carpet of green slightly succulent leaves. Grow in a shallow pot or hanging basket in well lit spot. A good plant for terrariums, reptile houses etc.

£4.50
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Cissus antarctica

Cissus antarctica

Kangaroo Vine

Tender tendril climber with glossy evergreen leaves, The cymes of small green flowers from spring to summer are possibly followed by black berries.

£7.50
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Cissus discolor

Cissus discolor

This is a very striking climber for a cool, shady conservatory or indoors. Resembling the Begonia Rex plant the leaves are dark green and silver with a purple reverse. It can be stood outsider for the summer but is very tender and must be brought in well before any frosts.

£7.50
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Cissus nodosa

Cissus nodosa

A vigourous tropical climber from Singapore, noted for its curtains of pink tendrils which hang down from the branches.

£5.50
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Cissus rhombifolia

Cissus rhombifolia

Grape Ivy

Syn. Rhoicissus rhomboidea. An evergreen vine climbing by tendrils to make a large plant with a lush habit of growth.

£8.50
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Cissus rhombifolia 'Ellen Danica' - 9 CM pot

Cissus rhombifolia 'Ellen Danica' - 9 CM pot

Grape Ivy

An evergreen vine from Central and Southern America, climbing by tendrils to make a large plant with a lush habit of growth.

£6.50
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Hatiora salicorniodes

Hatiora salicorniodes

Drunkard's Dream

An epiphytic cactus from rain forests in Brazil, where it gows in trees. It has curiously jointed knobbly trailing stems to 60 cm long.

£6.50
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Ipomoea batatas 'Bright Ideas Black'

Ipomoea batatas 'Bright Ideas Black'

Trailing foliage plants for containers or hanging baskets with striking black leaves.

£4.50
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Kalanchoe  beauverdii

Kalanchoe beauverdii

Beauverd's Widow's-Thrill

(Syn. Kalanchoe scandens.) An unusual climbing succulent, when supported, with long purplish leaves.

£7.50
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Kalanchoe prebella

A pretty little succulent with masses of tubular orange flowers in spring. Resents wet compost so add grit, and water sparingly in the winter, and only when top half of compost has dried in the summer. Keep in a smallish pot. Likes sun.

£5.50
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