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berberis thunbergii gold rim © bron andersonA dense, deciduous, spiny shrub with reddish-purple leaves with a golden edge. Widely grown as an ornamental plant in the temperate Northern Hemisphere. Full sun to part shade.

berberis helmond pillar © bron andersonNarrow to columnar form with purple foliage and excellent Autumn tones. This is an unusual reddish-purple Berberis with an upright habit. Grows to around 1.5m and is ideal for small gardens where something out of the ordinary is required. The striking columnar form and purple foliage make a real statement. Full sun to part shade.
berberis little favourite © bron anderson The perfect miniature border plant. This compact variety also looks effective as a hedge or container specimen. Compact with a rounded spreading habit and purple foliage. Good for tough urban conditions once established. Full sun to part shade.

berberis tunbergii pee weeAnother great upright narrow selection growing to 1.5m. The ‘wow’ is in the foliage colour which changes from gold with a cream variegation in the summer period through to deeper orange and red tones for autumn. Full sun to part shade.

berberis thunbergii rosey glow Bushy Shrub with purple leaves, strikingly marked pink. One of the more attractive of the barberries with its small, rounded reddish-purple leaves marbled with pink. A terrific choice for an informal hedge where the bright colours can really liven up a dull area. Responds well to pruning to keep it in a desired shape. Full sun to part shade.


berberis thunbergii silver beauty © bron andersonThis unusual white speckled variegation gives the entire plant a silver sheen. The red-apricot tones in autumn are an added bonus. Small clusters of yellow flowers in spring followed by bright red berries. Full sun to part shade.

berberis thunbergii (Red Leaf Japanese Barberry) Reddish/Purple leaves through Summer, becomming glowing red in Autumn. Height : 2 metres. This dwarf Japanese barberry cultivar is a vigorous bushy deciduous shrub with beautiful deep reddish-purple foliage. Grows to approximately 1-1.5m making it ideal for low hedging and group plantings. One of the most popular of the many barberries in cultivation. Full sun to part shade.

Berberis vulgarisVulgaris, also known as European Barberry. A deciduous shrub, 4 metres tall, with yellow flowers that come in spring. Vulgaris has edible red fruit, that is high in Vitamin C. Fruit comes in late summer or autumn.Full sun to part shade. 

Wilsoniae, is an evergreen shrub, growing to an overall size 2.5m-3metres. Flowering in June - July, yellow flowers. Full-Sun to Part-Shade.

berberis spring glory © 2014New growth is tinted red on this upright mounded shrub. The showy yellow flowers develop into small waxy blue fruits. This variety has large spines that can be useful if creating an impenetrable hedge. Full sun to part shade. Origin: Chile and Argentina

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas Jacaranda
mimosaefolia 'White Christmas'

Michelia x Starbright

michelia x Starbright Michelia 
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Ficus dammaropsis

Ficus dammaropsis Ficus

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