A fine large shrub of arching habit covered in late spring and early
summer with pure white 3” single rose like flowers. May reach 10ft x
‘BETTY ASHBURNER’ .
A hybrid between Tricolor and Pentalobus less widely spreading and more
dense, but losing the gloss to the leaves and the red fur. Z7.
COCKBURNIANUS ‘GOLDEN VALE’.
Arching maroon stems with a white waxy coating, most impressive in
winter. Leaves yellow with white undersides.8ft x 6ft. Z6.
Ornamental arching shrub. The stems and shoots are covered in red brown
bristles. Small pink flowers with red brown bases. Edible bright orange
raspberry like fruit. 8ft x 5ft. Z8.
Rigid thick stems leaves rose like . Pure white, fully double rose like
flowers in summer. 3ft x 1ft.Not rated as fully hardy by most
authorities but our experience suggests that it is hardy to about -7ºC.
SPECTABILIS ‘OLYMPIC DOUBLE’.
Somewhat similar to its cousin the raspberry, but has magnificent 2”
magenta-pink double flowers. Will form a thicket in time. 5ft x 3ft. Z6.
An excellent evergreen for ground cover especially in shade, where space
permits. Glossy dark leaves, and stems covered in reddish-brown hair.
Large blackberry like flowers in early summer followed by edible fruit.
It will cover a lot of ground in conditions which suit it. 1ft x
SAMBUCUS ‘BLACK LACE’.
Excellent new cultivar. Finely cut almost black foliage. Flowers pink in
bud, opening white, followed by black berries. 4ft x 4ft. Z7.