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Deciduous shrubs provide seasonal interest in the form of changing colours and shapes in your garden. Here we have the ever-popular Carpinus (Hornbeam), Fagus (Beech), Hortensia (Hydrangea) and other exotic plants

Carpinus betulus

Hornbeam

Carpinus are deciduous shrubs and trees with attractive foliage and hop-like fruit clusters in late summer and autumn
The tree develops a fluted grey trunk. Leaves 5-8cm (2-3") long, oval, conspicuously ribbed, turning yellow in autumn. Catkins open in spring, followed by hop-like fruiting catkins to 8cm (2.5").

Great plant for Hedging!
HardinessFully hardy
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun

+ Tot. height: 100-120cm, pot: 2 ltr., 2.2Kg. Hedging 4-5 plants per metre € 7.95
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Deutzia hybrida Strawberry Fields

Deutzia

The large starry flowers of this vigorous dwarf cultivar are deep rose pink with white markings. Hybrid deutzia is a cross between Deutzia longifolia and Deutzia discolour. 'Strawberry Fields' is compact, deciduous and has arching branches that offer a fountain of colourful flowers in spring. It is easy to grow, hardy and can withstand tough growing conditions.

Its elliptical leaves are medium green, held opposite to one another on the stem and offer little fall colour. Beautiful clusters of deepest pink and white star-shaped flowers appear in late spring. Once they fade, they produce inconspicuous dry brown seed capsules. The bark on older stems exfoliates but does not offer marked winter interest.

Hybrid deutzia requires full sun and is easily grown in most garden soils as long as they have good drainage and are moderately fertile.

This is a great shrub for informal hedges, mixed borders or large foundation plantings. It blooms at the same time as late tulips and Japanese iris, which look good planted around its base.
HardinessFully hardy
WateringWater moderately
SunPrefers sunny conditions

+ Tot. height: 40-50cm, pot: 2 ltr., 1.95Kg.  € 4.95
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Fagus sylvatica

Beech

One of the most majestic of our native trees, the Common Beech can become very large with its low branched habit.

It has a wide range of uses – in woodland, parkland and in broad verge plantings – and few trees can surpass its rich, copper autumn foliage. Beech thrives just about anywhere other than exposed and coastal locations.
HardinessFully hardy
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun

+ Tot. height: 40-60cm, pot: 2 ltr., 2Kg. Hedging 5-8 plants per metre € 4.95
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Hydrangea anomala var. petiolaris

Climbing hydrangea

This is a vigorous woody climbing plant, growing to 20m (60 feet) in height up trees or rock faces, climbing by means of small aerial roots on the stems.
HardinessProtect below -20°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun

+ Tot. height: 50-70cm, pot: 2 ltr. diam. 17cm, 1.85Kg.  € 6.45
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Hydrangea arborescens Pink Annabelle

Hortensia Pink

Called Hydrangea 'Invincibelle' ('Pink Annabelle') is an entirely different kind of hydrangea shrub - the Tree Hydrangea. This plant has much bigger and bolder, longer-lasting and more complex flowers than more common kinds. It has a lovely strawberry pink huge flowers up to 30cm (12") across, each one made up of thousands of petals with a blend of subtle pink shades, giving a delightful overall effect. The stems are incredibly strong to enable the support for these amazing huge flowers, and they are tolerant of rain and wind (hence the name). Displays are all summer long whatever the weather and flowers to up to 30cm (12 inches) in diameter are produced.

Grow these plants in large pots, or in mid-border, where they will reach a height of 1-1.2m (3-4 feet) in 3-5 years.
HardinessProtect below -20°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun

+ Tot. height: 35-45cm, pot: 3 ltr., 2.5Kg.  € 9.95
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Hydrangea arborescens Prime White

White Hortensia

Prime White has been selected from seedlings of Hydrangea paniculata 'Dharuma'. Flowering on the previous year's growth, the shrub is very early flowering from the end of May or June (depending on the region), producing elegant white, slightly flat flower panicles. The abundant sterile flowers have large sepals which start cream-coloured then turn white. In good conditions a second flowering prolongs its decorative interest in August - September..
This small plant with fine grey-green wood, pale green foliage and very red stalks remains small. Well branched, it has a more regular shape and better growth characteristics than its parent plant.

The different varieties of the Hydrangea paniculata range go well in a shrub border together with perennials or in a pot.
+ Tot. height: 60-70cm, pot: 3 ltr., 2.5Kg.  € 9.95
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