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Plant of the Month

Heuchera
(Variety Pictured – Green Spice)
WAS – £8.99
 NOW – £3.99
(Offer starts Monday 1st October to Wednesday 31st October 2018)
Herbaceous perennial grown for its attractive foliage, which comes in an array of colours from lime greens, yellows, purples, reds and browns. Ideal for use as a ground-cover plant. Best in part shade in well drained soils.

Other plants of interest for October

Sorbus
Common Name -Mountain Ash
(Variety Pictured – Joseph Rock)
Valued for their ornamental leaves which often colour well in autumn. They produce small white or occasionally pink flowers followed by red, orange, pink or white berries. Plant in a sunny site in well drained soil.

Callicarpa bodinieri ‘Profussion’
Common Name – Beauty Berry
Grown for its pale pink flowers followed by clusters of small brightly coloured dark violet fruit. Plant in full sun or dappled shade in well drained soil.

Euonymous alatus
Common Name – Winged Spindle

Grown for its brilliant dark red foliage in autumn. Plant in full sun in well drained soil. Grows to a height of approx. 6ft (2m).

Cornus
Common Name – Dogwood
(Variety Pictured – Anny’s Winter Orange)

Grown for their fruits, colourful autumn leaves and winter stems. Plant in groups for maximum impact. Will tolerate a wide range of soil types in full sun or part shade.