HI We purchased apple tree James Grieve on the 05/03/2009. We must tell you how pleased we are, it has already developed a nice shape, and has produced 22 well formed apples we are amazed. The tree was value for money. We wish you all well.
Mr & Mrs D S Jones, Great Barr, Birmingham
Supplied as a clump grown in a 7cm pot.SOLD OUT UNTIL APRIL 2015
The plant with so many common names - Paddy's Wig, Corsican Creeper, Friendship Plant, Bread and Cheese, Baby's Tears, Paddy's Tears, The Pollyanna Vine - the list is endless.
A Victorian favourite that has all but been lost from cultivation, it always graced the edges of Victorian conservatory benches in a foil of neat bright green leaves to drape the edges.
It can also be planted in cracks in crazy paving outside as well as cleverly sculptured over a chicken mesh 'framing' packed with suitable growing media. Extremely versatile.