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Here at Peter Beales we believe that roses can be complemented by companion plants. Therefore, we offer a huge range of possibilities to be grown with roses. The choice is quite diverse, from small to tall herbaceous subjects, to deciduous and evergreen shrubs and Trees. You will find that we have an extensive range of perennials, climbers, and shrubs to suit all locations.
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  1. Eriobotrya japonica (Loquat)

    From: £10.95

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    Evergreen shrub or small tree with large, almost leathery, dark green leaves. Fragrant, self-pollinating, yellow flowers. November to March. Ht.4m.(13ft.). Learn More
  2. Hamamelis x intermedia Angelly

    From: £29.95

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    Compact, vase-shaped, deciduous shrub giving fantastic red and orange leaf colour in autumn. Stems smoothered in bright, acid yellow, spidery flowers with a lovely fragrance. January to March. Learn More
  3. Hamamelis x intermedia Aphrodite

    From: £29.95

    Spreading, deciduous shrub with bright green leaves that turn yellow in autumn and many fragrant, spidery, ginger-orange flowers January to February. Grow in sun or part shade and moist, well-drained, fertile, slightly acid soil. Learn More
  4. Hamamelis x intermedia Ruby Glow

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    Strong, upright, deciduous shrub with elegant and scented, spidery, copper-red flowers. Early to mid winter. Green leaves turn a brilliant orange and red in autumn. Learn More
  5. Hypericum inodorum Magical Beauty

    From: £9.10

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    Semi-evergreen bearing many bright yellow flowers with large stamens. May to June. Followed by startling peach, pink and yellow berries in July, turning black by autumn. Best in sun or part shade and well-drained soil. Learn More
  6. Hypericum patulum Hidcote (St. John's Wort)

    From: £10.99

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    Compact, semi-evergreen shrub with dark green leaves. Rose-like, waxy golden-yellow flowers, which are slightly fragrant, appear from July to September on reddish, twiggy stems. Ht.1.2mt.(4ft.). Learn More
  7. Hypericum x inodorum Magical Pumpkin

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    Mass of starry yellow flowers with large stamens on semi-evergreen shrub. May to June. Followed by orange-red berries in July that turn black by autumn. Good for beds, borders and containers. Learn More
  8. Hypericum x inodorum Magical Universe (St. Johns Wort)

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    Upright, bushy, deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub with dark green, flushed red, leaves. Clusters of star-shaped, bright yellow flowers. July to October. Ht.60cm.(2ft.). Learn More
  9. Hypericum x inodorum Orange Gem (syn. H. xi. Magical Beauty)

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    Compact, spreading, semi-evergreen shrub with deep yellow flowers from June to August. Ht.60cm.(2ft.). Learn More
  10. Hypericum x moserianum Tricolor (St. John's Wort)

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    Low spreading, semi-evergreen shrub with striking green, cream and pink variegated leaves. Deep yellow, cup-shaped flowers from July to October, on red stems. Ht.0.3mt.(14'). Learn More
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