A Great Selection of Plants for the Conservatory. From Colourful Bougainvillea's, Exotic Passion Flowers, Scented and Aromatic Plants and Rare and Unusual Bushes.
Cape Leadwort. An evergreen shrub grown as a climber with pretty dark blue flowers. Flowers from June to November. A good plant for the conservatory or summer patio. 1ltr pot 40cm cane
Looking for an unusual houseplant that the neighbours are unlikely to have? Consider Heliconia'Hawaii'!. These plants are rarely available and they are exotic, upright beauties with long, slender evergreen leaves. Aptly named, they have wonderful clusters of orange-red bracts which appear throughout summer. 17cm pot
Musa Dwarf Cavendish is an easy to grow broad leaved Musa banana plant, which may produce edible fruit in the UK at between 4-6ft tall. It is best grown in a conservatory or greenhouse. Needs heat if it is to flower and produce tasty bananas!
This is a vigorous evergreen climber with purple divided leaves. From late winter-spring it bears panicles of rosy pink fragrant flowers which emerge from dark pink buds. It needs a warm sheltered position or can be grown as a houseplant or conservatory plant in colder areas. Best in sun or light shade.
A very eye catching Passion flower with red hanging umbrellas from mid summer on. An evergreen with large three lobed leaves. Almost hardy but best protected (min -1c). It flowers best in cool conditions. A good cool conservatory plant
Snail Flower. South American climber of the Yam family with snail shaped fragrant flowers in succession through the summer months Excellent for the conservatory or summer patio
A very eye catching Passion flower crossed between P.Exoniensis x P.Mixta, with illuminating pinkhanging umbrellas from mid summer on. An evergreen with large three lobed leaves. Almost hardy but best protected (min -1c). It flowers best in cool conditions. A good cool conservatory plant
A really striking shrub with wonderful bell shaped flowers which are red on the outside & orange within. These hang pendulously from late summer into autumn. It is best grown against a warm wall or in a pot, then taken into the conservatory for winter.
This semi-evergreen plant has pretty speckled yellow foliage & a quite compact habit. From early summer into autumn it has dangling bell shaped apricot flowers with red veining. The flowers are edible & can be used to brighten up salads. Best grown against a warm wall or in the conservatory for winter.
Cape Leadwort. An evergreen shrub grown as a climber with pretty blue flowers. Flowers from June to November. A good plant for the conservatory or summer patio
Cup and Saucer Vine. Quick growing perennial climber with purple 'cup' flower on a green 'saucer' leaves.
Cape Leadwort. A reliable and easy to care for climbing plant with clusters of irresistible white flowers.