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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. Cotoneaster  Cornubia

    From: £8.95

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    Vigorous, semi-evergreen, arching shrub or small tree. Clusters of white flowers in June, followed by masses of bright red berries in autumn. Ht.8mt.(25ft.). Learn More
  2. Cotoneaster Coral Beauty

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    Evergreen, arching shrub, dense and mound forming with glossy, dark green leaves. Masses of white flowers borne in cymes, May to June, followed by a profusion of round, bright orange fruit. Excellent for ground cover and attractive to wildlife. Learn More
  3. Cotoneaster horizontalis (Cotoneaster)

    From: £8.75

    Spreading, dwarf, deciduous shrub bearing small, glossy, dark green leaves on regularly branched stems. Pink-tinged flowers during May. Ht.1mt.(3ft.). Learn More
  4. Cotoneaster horizontalis Variegata

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    Compact, deciduous, arching, shrub bearing white margined, green leaves that turn red and pink in autumn. Red flowers early summer produce orange-red berries in autumn. Ht.0.45mt.(18ins.). Learn More
  5. Cotoneaster lacteus

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    Arching, dense, evergreen shrub with dark green, deeply veined leaves. Masses of white flowers in cymes, June to July, followed by red fruit. Best in sun or part shade. Very good for hedges and attractive to wildlife. Learn More
  6. Escallonia Apple Blossom

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    Bushy, compact, evergreen shrub with dark green, glossy leaves. Pale pink, tubular flowers produced from June to September. Ht.2.5mt(8ft). Learn More
  7. Escallonia Donard Radience

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    Vigorous, compact evergreen bearing large, glossy, dark green leaves. brilliant, soft rose-red, chalice-shaped flowers. May to June. Ht.2.5mt.(8ft.). Learn More
  8. Escallonia Gold Carpet

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    Low growing evergreen of spreading, compact, habit with golden foliage that turns lime in winter. Many red flowers july to October. Best in sun or part shade and well-drained soil. Very good for containers. Learn More
  9. Escallonia Iveyi

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    Vigorous, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves bronzing slightly in winter. Large racemes of fragrant, tubular, white flowers are produced from June to September. Ht.3mt.(10ft.). Learn More
  10. Escallonia laevis Gold Ellen

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    Evergreen shrub with yellow leaves splashed green. Dark pink flowers from July to August. Ht.2.5mt.(8ft.). Learn More
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