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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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    Erica carnea R. B. Cooke (Winter Heath)
    Erica
    • Usually Flowers : January, February, March, December
    • Evergreen
    Evergreen, prostrate growth with mid-green foliage. Lavender-pink, bell-shaped flowers. Winter-Spring. Ht.15cm.(6in.). Grow in sun and moist, well-drained soil. Good for ground cover.
  • Erica carnea R. B. Cooke (Winter Heath)
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    https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/erica-darleyensis-mixed-winter-heath.html
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    Erica darleyensis Mixed (Winter Heath)
    Erica
    • Usually Flowers : January, February, March, December
    • Evergreen
    Evergreen, spreading growth with green or golden-green foliage. Pink, lilac red or white, bell-shaped flowers. Winter-Spring. Ht.20cm.(8in.). Grow in sun and moist, well-drained soil. Good for ground cover.
  • Erica darleyensis Mixed (Winter Heath)
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    https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/erica-darleyensis-white-perfection-winter-heath.html
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    Erica darleyensis White Perfection (Winter Heath)
    Erica
    • Usually Flowers : January, February, March, December
    • Evergreen
    Evergreen, spreading growth with bright green foliage and cream, spring tips. Pure white, bell-shaped flowers. Winter-Spring. Ht.40cm.(16in.). Grow in sun and moist, well-drained soil. Good for ground cover.
  • Erica darleyensis White Perfection (Winter Heath)
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    https://www.classicroses.co.uk/plants/lathyrus-vernus-spring-pea.html
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    Lathyrus vernus (Spring Pea)
    Lathyrus
    • Usually Flowers : April, May
    • Fragrant
    Low growing, compact clump with dark green leaves. Short racemes of scented, blue-purple. pea-like flowers in clusters. April to May. Ht.40cm.(16in.). Foliage dies down after flowering. Grow in sun or light shade and fertile, well-drained soil. Good for front of boders and containers.
  • Lathyrus vernus (Spring Pea)

    Lathyrus vernus
    (Spring Pea)

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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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