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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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    Corylus avellana (Hazel)
    • Usually Flowers : February, March
    Deciduous shrub or small tree with toothed, hairy leaves. Male flowers appear as cluster of yellow catkins. female flowers bud-like with red styles. February to March. Ht.5m.(16ft.). Leaves turn yellow in autumn. Nuts with woody shell surrounded by leafy bracts after flowers. Grow in sun or shade and fertile, well-drained soil. Good for woodland areas, hedgerows or wild gardens. Often coppiced.
  • Corylus avellana (Hazel)

    Corylus avellana

    From: £9.10

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    Corylus maxima Purpurea (Purple Leaved Hazel)
    • Usually Flowers : January, February
    Vigorous, deciduous shrub or small tree with deep purple leaves. Purplish catkins with yellow anthers hang from bare branches in late winter. Ht.6mt.(20ft.). Edible nuts form in autumn. Grow in full sun or partial shade on fertile, well-drained soil. Good for hedging or as specimen plant.
  • Corylus maxima Purpurea (Purple Leaved Hazel)
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    Geum Alabama Slammer
    • Usually Flowers : April, May, June
    • Wildlife Friendly
    Semi-double orange flowers fading to yellow towards the centre. Blooming April to June.
  • Geum Alabama Slammer

    Geum Alabama Slammer

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    Geum Banana Daiquiri
    • Usually Flowers : May, June, July, August, September
    • Wildlife Friendly
    A lovely bloomer with lemon yellow semi-double flowers which peep above a low clump of coarse green leaves on fuzzy green stems. Good for groundcover.
  • Geum Banana Daiquiri

    Geum Banana Daiquiri

    From: £8.99

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    Geum Mai Tai
    • Usually Flowers : May, June
    • Wildlife Friendly
    • Suitable for cut flowers
    A compact geum with beautiful pink-flushed apricot frilly layered flowers. These are carried on deep red-green stems, above a neat mound of mid-green leaves. Prefers a well-drained soil. Excellent for cut flower.
  • Geum Mai Tai

    Geum Mai Tai

    From: £8.99

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    Geum Prinses Juliana (Avens)
    • Usually Flowers : May, June, July, August, September, October
    • Suitable for cut flowers
    Hummocks of mid green, puckered leaves. Wiry stems bearing double, orange flowers over a long period. May to October. Ht.60cm.(2ft.). Evergreen. Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Dead head regularly for repeats. Good for mixed borders.
  • Geum Prinses Juliana (Avens)

    Geum Prinses Juliana

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    Saxifraga x urbium Variegata (Londons Pride)
    • Usually Flowers : September, October, November
    • Evergreen
    Rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves splashed with gold. Elegant, upright wiry stems have loose panicles of small pink flowers with red and yellow dots. May to June. Ht.30cm.(1ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Good for front of borders, rockeries and edging.
  • Saxifraga x urbium Variegata (Londons Pride)
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