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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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    Calycanthus floridus (Carolina Allspice)
    • Usually Flowers : June, July
    • Fragrant
    Well branched deciduous bush with aromatic, glossy, apple-green leaves. Very aromatic red-purple flowers. June to July. Ht.3mt.(10ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, well-drained soil with protection from severe frost. Good for sheltered borders, specimen or woodland plantings.
  • Calycanthus floridus (Carolina Allspice)
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    Leptospermum scoparium Red Damask (Tea Tree)
    • Usually Flowers : May, June, July
    • Evergreen
    Eye catching, dense, evergreen shrub with narrow, dark green leaves. Masses of fully double, deep red flowers. May to July. Ht.2.5mt.(8ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, well-drained soil with shelter from cold winds. Good for back of warm borders or as specimen plant.
  • Leptospermum scoparium Red Damask (Tea Tree)
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    Pieris japonica Carnival
    • Usually Flowers : April, May
    • Evergreen
    Compact evergreen with creamy margined leaves that are fiery red when young. Clusters of pink buds through winter break into lily-of-the valley like white flowers. April to May. Very good for woodland/acid borders or in containers. Grow in sun or part shade and acid soil.
  • Pieris japonica Carnival

    Pieris japonica Carnival

    From: £12.95

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    Pieris japonica Debutante
    • Usually Flowers : February, March, April
    • Evergreen
    Compact, rounded, evergreen with long, dark green leaves that emerge bright red in spring. Arching racemes packed with white, bell-shaped flowers. February to April. Ht.2mt.(6ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, moist, well-drained acid soil. Young growth can be affected by frosts. Good for borders and containers.
  • Pieris japonica Debutante

    Pieris japonica Debutante

    From: £12.95

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    Pieris japonica Forest Flame
    • Usually Flowers : April, May
    • Evergreen
    Bushy evergreen with new leaves bright red turning pink then cream to green. White lily-of-the-valley type flowers. April to May. Ht.3mt.(10ft.). Grow in sun or shade and moist, fertile, well-drained acid soil. Best if sheltered from cold winds. Good for containers or woodland borders.
  • Pieris japonica Forest Flame

    Pieris japonica Forest Flame

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    Ribes oderatum (Buffalo Currant)
    • Usually Flowers : March, April
    • Fragrant
    Spineless, erect, deciduous shrub with hairy young shoots. Leaves 3- to 5-lobed, bright green and toothed. Tubular, fragrant yellow flowers in pendant racemes up to 5cm.(2in.) long, mid- to late-spring. Ht.2mt.(6ft.). Leaves turn red and purple in autumn and spherical black fruit follow flowers. Grow in sun or partial shade on fertile, light soil.
  • Ribes oderatum (Buffalo Currant)

    Ribes oderatum
    (Buffalo Currant)

    From: £9.90

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    Ribes sanguineum King Edward VII (Flowering Currant)
    • Usually Flowers : April, May
    Upright, deciduous, compact shrub bearing aromatic, 3- to 5-lobed dark green leaves. Small, tubular, deep reddish-pink pendant flowers borne freely from April to May. Ht.2mt.(6ft.). Flowers sometimes followed by spherical, black fruits with a white bloom. Grows in full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Good hedging plant.
  • Ribes sanguineum King Edward VII (Flowering Currant)
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    Ribes x gordonianum (Gordons Currant)
    • Usually Flowers : May
    Upright, deciduous shrub with aromatic foliage. Pendant clusters of coppery-red and yellow flowers. Late spring. Ht.2mt.(6ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Good for mixed borders.
  • Ribes x gordonianum (Gordons Currant)
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