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Plant of the Month

Coreopsis ‘Uptick Gold & Bronze’
(Offer starts Saturday 1st June until Sunday 30th June 2019)
A new variety with two-tone gold and bronze flowers, borne on low growing, freely branching plants throughout summer and autumn.

Other plants of interest for June

Jasminum officinale
Common Name – Summer Jasmine
A scented climber, that flowers from June to September. The flowers attract both bees and butterflies. Plant in full sun to partial-shade in moist, well-drained soil.

Sambucus ‘Black Lace’
Common Name – Black Elder
A deciduous shrub with almost black foliage and pink flowers in May and June, followed by blackish red berries in autumn. Best planted in full sun or part shade. Grows to approximately 3m x 2m (10ft x 6ft)

Trachelospermum jasminoides
Common Name – Star Jasmine
An evergreen climber with beautifully fragrant, pure white, star-shaped flowers all summer long. Ideal for growing up walls, fences, structures and supports. Best planted in full sun and well-drained soil.

(Variety Pictured – Hidcote)

Grown for their long, stalked spikes of fragrant flowers which bloom from early to late summer depending on the variety. Ideal for growing in containers. Best planted in well-drained soil in a sunny position.