Plants Areas

Plants Areas Selecting the correct plants is key to turning your garden vision into a reality. Depending on what your garden is like, where the plant will go and how much light, water & type of soil you have can influence the success of the plant. At Fron goch we have divised a system that helps you buy the right plant for the right area. So if your planting area is is in the shade, wet soil, sunny & dry or even coastal we will have plants that will inspire you. Not sure, our experts are here to help on hand to help create the perfect garden for you.

Just a small select example of some of the plants we stock.

Sunny & Dry Areas
Calycinum, Anglesey Palm, Chamaerops, Humilis (or better known as 'Dwarf Fan Palm'), Genista & Cistus.

Coastal Plants
We are lucky to live by the coast but sometimes our gardens suffer. All of these plants are very tough and adapted to cope with extreme exposure and possible salt burn.
Hebe, Arbutus, Olearia, Berberis, Cytistus, Elaeagnus, Phlomis & Spartum.

Plants for Wet Soil & Pond Plants
Few plants will tolerate and survive extended periods of waterlogged or flooded conditions, but quite a number of plants may be grown successfully in soils that are permanently moist if there is some oxygen in the wet soil.
Marginal (these sit in water looking beautiful), Small Willows, Camassia, Rhododendrons & for a bit of wow Himalayan Poppy!

Climbers & Ramblers
Climbing plants can be used to cover an ugly fence or wall.
Wisteria, Clematis, Potato Vine, Honeysuckle & Summer Jasmine.

Roses
A wide variety of the David Austin Collection, Bush Roses, Rambling Roses & Roses for all occasions.... warm wishes, anniversary, retirement.......

Bush Hedges
Classic British bush hedges including, Blackthorn, Field Maple, Purple Beech, Hornbeam, Berberis & Buxus.

Fruit Bushes & Plants
Nothing better that collecting your own fruit.
Gooseberry, Raspberry, Redcurrant, Blackcurrant, Tayberry, Loganberry, Fig, Strawberry & Rhubarb.

Fruit Trees
Create your own orchard, we will help you!
A large variety of Apple trees, Weeping Cherry, Forest Pansy, Pear & Juneberry.

Hardy Heathers
Heather and heath bring year-round color to gardens in many different climates.
Spring Flowering, 'December Red', 'Irish Dusk', 'Spring Cream', 'Silver Knight', 'Golden Startlet' & 'March Seedling'.

Alpines
For borders, rockeries, walls & banks. These are easy to grow & repeat every year.
Saxifraga, Hutchinsia, Thymus, Armeria, Sempervivum & Cotula.

Not sure about your soil type or best area to plant? Come and see us and we will be more than happy to have a chat with you.

Another useful source is the Royal Horticultural Society Website. www.rhs.org.uk