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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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    Holboellia coriacea
    Holboellia
    • Usually Flowers : March, April, May
    Vigorous climber with dark green leaves baring a small purple flower in spring. Flowers sometimes develop into a sausage like fruit. Ht. 7m (22ft) Spread. 365cm (12ft) Sun or Part Shade
  • Holboellia coriacea

    Holboellia coriacea

    From: £9.90

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    https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/holboellia-latifolia-sausage-vine.html
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    Holboellia latifolia (Sausage Vine)
    Holboellia
    • Usually Flowers : March
    • Fragrant
    • Evergreen
    Vigorous, evergreen twining climber with dark green leaves. Strongly scented, white with sometimes purple tint, bell-shaped, female flowers borne in clusters. March. Ht.5mt.(16ft.). Edible, purple, sausage-shaped fruit in autumn. Male flowers greenish-white. Frost hardy. Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, well-drained soil with shelter.
  • Holboellia latifolia (Sausage Vine)

    Holboellia latifolia
    (Sausage Vine)

    From: £10.75

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    Physostegia v.Miss Manners
    Physotegia
    • Usually Flowers : June, July, August
    • Suitable for cut flowers
    Tall, upright spikes of neatly arranged white tubular flowers and toothed lance shaped leaves. Of interest to florists as stems will remain in positions placed-hence common name of 'Obedient plant'. Likes a rich moist soil. Can tolerate sides of ponds and streams.
  • Physostegia v.Miss Manners

    Physostegia v.Miss Manners

    From: £7.49

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    Physostegia vs. Variegata
    Physotegia
    • Usually Flowers : July, August, September
    • Wildlife Friendly
    • Suitable for cut flowers
    Upright clumps of lance shaped leaves which are variegated with white and pale green. During the Summer, spikes of neatly arranged soft pink, tubular flowers appear. Slower to spread than other varieties-forms a nice clump. Rich, moist soil-can be planted near a stream or pond.
  • Physostegia vs. Variegata

    Physostegia vs. Variegata

    From: £7.49

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    Synthyris missurica stellata
    Synthyris
    • Usually Flowers : March, April, May
    Evergreen, rhizomatous perennial forming mounds of rounded, kidney-shaped, deep green leaves. Abundant spikes of bell-shaped, dark violet-blue flowers. March to May. Ht.25cm.(10in.). Grow in part to full shade and moist, well-drained soil. Good for woodland plantings, front of shady borders, rock gardens and peat beds.
  • Synthyris missurica stellata

    Synthyris missurica stellata

    From: £6.95

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