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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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    Crinodendron hookerianum (Lantern Tree)
    • Usually Flowers : May, June, July, August
    • Evergreen
    Stunning, evergreen with toothed, elliptic, dark green leaves. Pendant, crimson to deep carmine-pink flowers, mostly as lantern-shaped buds, along stems. May to August. Ht.5mt.(16ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and moist, fertile, well-drained acid soil. Good for woodland gardens. Protect in cool greenhouse or conservatory in cold areas.
  • Crinodendron hookerianum (Lantern Tree)
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    Spiraea japonica Anthony Waterer
    • Usually Flowers : July, August
    Dwarf, upright, deciduous shrub with lance-shaped, dark green leaves, that are bronzy-red when young. Clusters of deep rose-pink flowers produced from July to August. Ht.1.5mt.(5ft.). Grows in full sun on moist, well-drained soil. Good as an informal hedge.
  • Spiraea japonica Anthony Waterer

    Spiraea japonica Anthony Waterer

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    Spiraea japonica Firelight
    • Usually Flowers : June, July, August
    Compact, bushy, deciduous shrub bearing young, bright yellow leaves that turn red to green with age. Clusters of tiny mauve flowers from early summer. Ht.1.5mt.(4.5ft.). Leaves turn reddy-purple in autumn. Best grown on moist, well-drained soil, and in sun or partial shade. Very useful in a wide range of situations.
  • Spiraea japonica Firelight

    Spiraea japonica Firelight

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    Spiraea japonica Little Princess
    • Usually Flowers : July, August
    Compact, deciduous shrub with flattened heads of small, bright, rose-pink flowers. July to August. Young leaves bronze. Good for borders or containers.
  • Spiraea japonica Little Princess

    Spiraea japonica Little Princess

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    Spiraea japonica Shirobana
    • Usually Flowers : July, August, September, October
    Mounded, dense, dwarf, deciduous shrub bearing lance-shaped, bright green leaves. Red flowers, turning pink then pure white from deep red buds simultaneously from July to October gives tricolour effect. Ht.0.6mt.(2ft.). Grows in full sun and moist, well-drained soil. Good for borders, specimen or low hedge.
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    Spiraea japonica Shirobana

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    Spiraea Sparkling Champagne
    • Usually Flowers : June, July
    Beautiful deciduous shrub with bright copper young foliage maturing to yellow-green. Terminal clusters of quite large, blush-pink flowers. June to July. Ht.1.5m.(5ft.). Leaves turn vivid reds and yellows in autumn. Can re-flower in September. Grow in sun or dappled shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Good for mixed borders
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    Spiraea Sparkling Champagne

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