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Latin name Common name Type Description Cultivation Hedging
Epilobium glabellum Willow Herb perennial, rock plant 8in (20cm). Semi-evergreen. Clumps of oval leaves.Cup-shaped white flowers in summer. Variety "Sulphureum" has pale flowers. Fully hardy. Useful for ground cover. No
Erigeron "Charity" Fleabane perennial 2ft (60cm). Narrow-leaved clumps of pink, daisy-type flowers throughout the summer. Fully hardy. Sun and well-drained site. Sun and well-drained site.Fully hardy. Sun and well-drained site. Fully hardy. Sun an No
Erigeron "Dunkelste Aller" Fleabane perennial 32in (60cm). Narrow, oval, grey-green leaves. Abundant daisy-like flowers, dark violet with yellow centres, in summer. Fully hardy. Sun and well-drained site.Likes to be damp in summer, dry in winter. No
Erigeron "Quakeress" Fleabane perennial, rock plant 8in (20cm). Oval, greyish green leaves forming clumps. Daisy-type, pale lilac pink with yellow centres. Fully hardy. Sun and well-drained site.Likes to be damp in summer, dry in winter. No
Eryngium alpinum Sea Holly perennial 3ft (1m). Basal leaves are heart-shaped and glossy, with jagged edges. Purplish-blue floewr heads with blue bracts. Fully hardy. Sun and fertile soil. Good for cutting and drying. No
Eryngium giganteum Sea Hollly perennial 4ft (1.2m). Basal leaves are heart-shaped. Large, thistle-like flower heads are blue with silvery bracts, in August. Fully hardy. Sun and fertile soil. No
Eryngium tripartitum Sea Holly perennial 3ft (90cm). Forms clumps of glossy, dark green leaves. Small rounded, violet-blue flowers with greyish-blue bracts, from July to September. Fully hardy. Tolerates sandy soils. Good for cutting and drying. No
Eryngium x oliverianum Sea Holly perennial 3ft (90cm). Basal leaves are leathery, blueish grey with jagged edges. Big, blue, thistle-like flower heads, in August and September. Fully hardy. Sun and fertile soil. Good for cutting and drying. No
Eschscholzia californica Californian Poppy annual 12in (30cm). Glaucous green, feathery leaves. Open, single flowers in shades from cream to red, during summer and autumn. Fully hardy.Sun. Thrives in poor, dry soil. No
Eucalyptus coccifera Tasmanian Snow Gum tree 100ft (30m). Evergreen. Blueish grey, peelling bark. Grey-green leaves, aromatic. White clusters of stamens in May and June.. Frost hardy. Full sun. Protection from cold winds. No
Eucalyptus coccifera Tasmanian Snow Gum, Mount Wellington Peppermint tree 100ft (30m). Evergreen. Peeling grey and white bark. Narrow, blue-green leaves, becoming green. White flowers in May and June. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun, protect from cold winds. Prune to encourage juvenile leaves. No
Eucalyptus globulus Tasmanian Blue Gum tree 100ft (30m). Evergreen. Peeling bark, Oval, silver-blue leaves, becoming green. Clusters of white stamens from summer to autumn. Half hardy, 0C. Sun and shelter from cold winds. Prune to promote juvenile foliage. No
Eucalyptus gunnii Cider Gum tree 100ft (30m). Evergreen. Young leaves are rounded, silver-blue, turning narrow, blue-green. White flowers in July. Frost hardy. Full sun. Likes neutral to acid soil. No
Eucalyptus pauciflora subsp. Niphophila Snow Gum tree 50ft (15m). Evergreen. Flaking bark, blue and white. Young leaves are glaucous, becoming greyish with red edges. White flowerse in summer. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun, protect from cold winds. Prune to encourage juvenile foliage. No
Eucharis x grandiflora bulb 24in (60cm). Evergreen. Clumps of strap-like leaves. Pendant clusters of scented, white flowers, at most times of year. Frost tender, 15C. Partial shade and damp soil. No
Euphorbia characias subsp. Characias Spurge shrub 5ft (1.5m). Evergreen. Narrow, greyish leaves. Pale, yellow-green flowers with reddish-brown centres in from April to June. Poisonous. Frost hardy. Sun or partial shade, moist soil No
Euphorbia characias wulfeni Spurge shrub 5ft (1.5m). Evergreen. Greyish leaves and yellow-green flowers produced in alternate years. Poisonous. Frost hardy. Sun or partial shade, moist soil. No
Euphorbia griffithii "Fireglow" perennial 3ft (1m). Narrow leaves with pink midribs. Flowering heads with flame-coloured bracts in June. Fully hardy. Sun or partial shade. No
Euphorbia mellifera Honey Spurge shrub 6ft (2m). Evergreen. Rounded shape. Bright green leaves with light midrib. Clusters of honey-scented tan-coloured flowers in May. Poisonous. Frost hardy, -5C. Sunny but sheltered position, sandy soil. No
Felicia amelloides Blue Marguerite annual, sub-shrub, shrub 5ft (1.5m). Evergreen. Dark green leaves, with blue, daisy-like flowers in summer and autumn. Half hardy: 0C. Grown as annual. Sun and well-drained soil. No
Ficus macrophylla Australian Banyan, Moreton Bay Fig tree 70-100ft (30-40m). Evergreen. Large, oval leaves, glossy green. Frost tender. Sun or semi-shade. No
Ficus pumila Creeping Fig climber 25ft (8m). Evergreen. Heart-shaped leaves becoming oval, long. Fruits are orange, turning to purple (only in warm regions). Frost tender, 5C.Sun or partial shade, fertile soil. No
FORSYTHIA genus shrub c. 5-10ft (1.5-3m). Deciduous. Abundant yellow flowers in spring, followed by oblong, serrated leaves. Fully hardy. Sun and well-drained soil. No
Fuchsia magellanica shrub 10ft (3m). Deciduous. Oval leaves.Red and purple flowers (other colours in varieties) in from June toOctober. Varieties include: molinae var. molinae (pale pink). Frost hardy, 0C. Useful for hedging. -5C. Semi-shade, some shelter. Yes
Fuschia "Riccartonii" shrub 6ft (2m). Deciduous. Oval leaves, red and purple flowers from June to October. Frost hardy, 0C. Useful for hedging in mild areas. Yes

Plants: 140

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