Dense grass-like sedge without narrow, attractively striped yellow evergreen leaves persisting throughout the year.Suitable for: A sunny spot in any moist fertile soil.Height and spread (approx.): 20cm (8in) high and 20cm (8in) spread.
Golden-leaved Mock Orange.The oval, medium sized leaves are golden-yellow from Spring to Summer before falling in Autumn. In addition, white, scented flowers are produced in mid Summer. Good contrast with purple leaved shrubs or en-masse or as a specimen. Ideal for mixed or shrub borders.
Malus Domestica.Fruit: Fairly large, regular clear red bloom.Flesh: Excellent taste with light aroma, quite firm and juicy.Harvest: Late September to mid October.Storage: Not too long.Fertilization by: Malus Domestica 'Gloster', 'Cox', 'Discovery', 'James Grieve'.