Plants: 107

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Latin name Common name Type Description Cultivation Hedging
Trypterygium regelii climber 30ft (10m). Deciduous. Twining. Oval leaves. Clusters of small, whiteish flowers in August. Then winged, green fruit. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade. No
TULIPA genus Tulip bulb c. 2in-26ins (5-65cm). Long, narrow green, or grey-ish green, leaves. Single or double, cup-shaped flowers in late spring or early summer.Colours include white, yellow, pink, red or purple. Poisonous. Mostly fully hardy. Sun. No
Ulex europeaus "Fore Pleno" Gorse, Furze, Whin shrub 3ft (1m).Evergreen. Prickly. Scale-like leaves which soon fall. Pea-type, doube, yellow flowers from spring to winter. Fully hardy. Sun. Thrives on poor, well-drained soil. Yes
Veltheimia bracteata bulb 18in (45cm). Glossy basal leaves. Spikes of pendant, turbular flowers of pinkish purple, speckled with yellow. Frost tender, 10C. Sun and fertile soil. No
VERONICA genus perennial, sub-shrub c 6ins-4ft (15cm-1.2m). Some are evergreen or semi-evergreen. Leaves are narrow or oval, sometimes hairy. Flowers are saucer- or star-shaped, in summer. Colours include pink, blue or purple. Frost hardy, 0C, to fully hardy. Sun and well-drained soil, but some prefer partial shade and moist soil. No
Viola cornuta Horned Violet perennial, rock plant 8in (20cm). Oval, serrated leaves. Flat, angular, spurred flowers in deep purplish blue, or white, from spring to summer. Fully hardy. Sun and moist but well-drained soil. No
X CUPRESSOCYPARIS, hybrid genus tree c. 50-120ft (15-35m). Evergreen. Flattened sprays of scale-like leaves: some variegated or golden varieties.. Dark brown cones. Poisonous. Fully hardy. Sun and well-drained soil. Yes

Plants: 107

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