Thuja Plicata Potted Plants – 40cm+ X 10

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Ligustrum Ovalifolium Potted Plants – 40cm+ X 20 Ligustrum Ovalifolium Potted Plants Privet The Privet hedge plant is probably one of the most common and most popular fast growing hedging species and it's particularly well suited to urban areas and gardens because it's so good at pollution absorption. 1 x 3 Litre Potted Plant or 7.5-10 Litre Potted Plant. From £15.99. More Info

How to grow Green Giant Thuja (Arborvitae) with detailed descriptionLocal nurseries and garden centers tell us what’s new for the planting season – Each year, we ask local nurseries and garden centers to compile a list of plants, ornamental items.

Maackia amurensis (Amur Maackia); Thuja plicata ‘Spring Grove’ (Giant arborvitae). Shrubs: Hammam.

Below you’ll find many (but not all!) of the advanced trees, shrubs, standard & weeping trees, potted fruit trees, and ferns we stock. This list may not reflect current stock on hand or recent changes, so please call us on (03) 6239 6850 if you’re after something specific. Trade and bulk purchase discounts are also available. For bare root pricing, visit

Chaenomeles Spec. Plant – Yukigoten Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Yukigoten’ (Japanese Quince, Flowering quince) a large, vigorous, deciduous shrub with beautiful, double, cream flowers that attract those useful pollinating insects. The flowers are followed by aromatic yellow fruits which are edible and can be used to make jellies and preserves. Chaenomeles speciosa 'Yukigoten' (Japanese Quince, Flowering quince) a large, vigorous, deciduous shrub

Below you’ll find many (but not all!) of the advanced trees, shrubs, standard & weeping trees, potted fruit trees, and ferns we stock. This list may not reflect current stock on hand or recent changes, so please call us on (03) 6239 6850 if you’re after something specific.

Biodegradable mulches successfully control weeds in container-grown arborvitae – To address the economic and environmental impact of weed problems, nursery producers are looking for more sustainable and cost-efficient techniques to control weeds in container-grown plants. The expe.

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