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This evergreen, clump-forming perennial has spikes of deep purply-blue flowers up to around 3' tall ..
Known as Dutchman's Pipe, a vigorous climber for the conservatory. We've seen it flowering outdoors ..
The same climbing habit as its big cousin but with a very tiny flower. Most unusual in UK and a plan..
An evergreen houseplant/conservatory plant which can be used outside in summer in a shady position. ..
A most unusual, hard-to-find, Begonia for the plantsman. Needs frost proof protection in winter. &nb..
This native of Brazil is a house plant in this country though it's said to be frost hardy to -5C. Fl..
The same flowers as its plain leaf cousin and requiring the same treatment, though they will stand q..
This is a tender plant with neat foliage, though in the mildest parts of the country it may be safe ..
What can one say except that this gorgeous plant has to be among the conservatory favourites. It tak..
A delicate pale yellow and as the picture shows, covered in blooms. This plant in the photo is over ..
This very pretty Brug has creamy white double flowers which are a little smaller than the better kno..
Warm apricot coloured double flowers...
A classic white Brugmansia which releases a heavenly scent every evening at around 5pm. All the Brug..
All our Brugs were given to us & there are spirited debates as to which varieties they are. So n..
We don't have the correct name for this so are simply calling it 'orange'. The colour in the p..
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