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A strongly architectural herbaceous perennial with tall white and purple floxglove-like flowers above large glossy green leaves
Pinkish purple early summer flowering bulbous perenial with enormous long lasting architectural flower heads.
Bizarre prickly architectural conifer from Chile, grown as a specimen tree.
British native tree capable of growing almost anywhere. Silvery-white bark and small leaves turning yellow in autumn.
Popular shade loving evergreen used to clipped into topiary shapes.
Perhaps one of the best known plants for providing that jungle atmosphere in your garden.
Ancient tree from the fossil record, extremely tough and polution tolerant. Suitable for large gardens.
Mahonia x media 'Charity'
An excellent architural shrub ideal for a jungle planting scheme and for winter interest.
Phlomis russeliana is a clump forming herbaceous perennial with pale, creamy yellow flowers similar to a dead nettle and textured leaves.