How do you define a shrub? Most of the plants we grow could be defined as a shrub – a woody plant that has lower growth and is smaller than a tree. We are known for manicuring plants and redirecting their growth for sculptural effect thus deliberately forcing them into this category. This is the art of creative maintenance: where a shrub is trained and shaped into exciting different forms to become more than simply the sum of its parts (but not a tree). Our range of different Pittosporum tenuifolium or Osmanthus are good examples of this – as are our Ligustrum japonicum ‘Texanum’, dwarf pines or collection of Hebes which we like to train into pillows, blobs, and balls. It’s an extremely broad category.

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A plant lovers dream…
It is an absolutely wonderful treasure trove for any plant lover and we will be back (frequently!) The plants are all in superb condition, with an enormous variety to choose from. The staff are very professional and knowledgable, but also friendly and helpful.