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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Winter Interest Plants

The Winter Plant List



Herbaceous
Bergenia
Euphorbia characias ‘Silver Swan’
Euphorbia martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’
Helleborus 'Tutu'
Helleborus hybrids
Helleborus x ericsmithii varieties
Libertia ‘Goldfinger’
Libertia’ Taupo Blaze’ (An evergreen Iris)

Alpines
Aubrieta
Arabis -   This plant is also in the
cabbage family like Aubrieta.
Primroses

Shrubs
Abelia
Callicarpa profusion
Camellia Sasangua series
Chimonanthus Pracox
Cornus ‘sibirica’ Midwinter Fire’ and Magic Flame’
Cornus Mas
Corylopsis spicata (Winter Hazel)
Corylus avellana ‘Contorted’( Tortured Hazel)
Cotoneaster
Daphne odora
Euonymus
Gaultheria
Hamamelis
Hebe ‘Mrs Winder’ Deep red foliageIlex (Holly varieties)
Leucothoa ‘Scarletta Rainbow’
Lonicera Winter Beauty
Lopomyrtus varieties
Loropetalium chinense ‘Day break’
Magnolia Stellata
Mahonia japonica ‘Bealei’
Mahonia xmedia ‘Winter sun’ or ‘Charity’
Nandina domestica (New varieties ‘Twilight’ and ‘Bright lights’)
Osmanthus burkwoodii
Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Gosgiki Tricolor’
Phormium varieties
Photinia ‘Pink marble’ ‘Little Red Robin’
Pittosporum ‘Tom Thumb’
Rhamus alaternus ‘Argenteovariegata’
Rubus Cocoa ‘Silver Fern’


Saraccoccoa
Skimma japonica– Combined male and female
Skimmia japonica ‘Kew White’
Skimmia_japonica_sensation
variety with both berries and flowers.
Viburnum  tinus ‘Eve Price’, Lisa Rose’(New)
Viburnum bodnantenses ‘Dawn’
Viburnum bodnantenses Charles Lamont



Climbers
Camelia – Never plant on an east wall.
Clematis cartmanii ‘Early Sensation.
Coronvilla valentine Glauca
Garrya Eyliptica James Roof
Jasminum  Nudiflorum (Winter Jasmine)
One of many evergreen Clematis varieties for early spring. 
Pyracantha


Trees
Acer Snake Bark Maple
Betula  ermanii ‘Polar Bear’
Betula Utilis Jacquemontii
Betula Utilis Siver shadow
Betula 'Youngii’ (weeping birch) – Pealing white trunk
Contoneaster - This is also a very tough evergreen tree which produces lovely berries.
Corylus colourna  ‘Te Terra Red’ (Turkish Hazel)
Eucalyptus
Prunus Serrula (birch bark cherry tree)
Prunus x subhirtella  ‘Autumnalis’ -  This tree can have flowers from November to March.
Quercus Ilex (Holm Oak or Holly Oak ) -  An evergreen tree.
Salix ‘Golden Curls’ (Twisted Willow)
Salix alba 'Britzensis'
Salix Kilmarnock (Dwarf Weeping Willow)

Heathers
Erica heathers

Grasses
Festuca glauca
Uncina rubra








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