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Bird of Paradise - Plants, Tropical Plants - Ross Evans Garden Centre
Giant Bird of Paradise tropical shrub...these are amazing flowers, looking just like a bird as the name suggests. My mom had huge bushes of these all over her yard, she loved them so much I buried her with a huge spray of them...picked from her own garden. The look is ethereal...almost as though they were from another world. I have two of these newly planted in my garden, but it will be a season or two before they flower (if I'm lucky).
Seafoam (Schwartz) has champagne white to cream double blooms and is a repeat flowerer. Weeping roses are created by budding climbing roses (ramblers in particular) on to a stem 1.8m in height. Ideal centre piece in a formal garden. Produces a gorgeous show of flowers in summer and autumn. Only 2-3 years to reach full%2...
The Butterfly Bush - Buddleia davidii
Buddleja 'Three in One'. Created by combining three cultivars in a solitary pot, these young plants grow together to form a single shrub. Once mature Buddleja 'Three-in-One' displays a trio of beautiful flower colours at the same time. Sweetly scented tapered blooms appear for several months and are highly attractive to butterflies. Height and spread: 300cm (118"). Supplied in a 12cm pot.