Plant in July

Plant in July

Roses, roses roses 

In full flower from compact patio varieties to David Austin large flowered scented beauties in every colour.

3 featured roses this season are:

  • Rose ‘Boscobel’ H4-5 Perhaps the best David Austin Rose, repeat flowering, exceptionally healthy. Deep pink, apricot centre, strong Myrrh fragrance with a hint of Old Rose. Glossy, dark green foliage. At 3ft tall, it is easily maintained and holds its blooms up well.
  • 'Eye of the Tiger'  single yellow with a dark red blotch. Our fasting selling rose this year: sells on sight. And in the same range 'Bright as a Button' pink with a red blotch. 
  • Patio Roses 


Masses of spectacular summer colour … what colour?…. Any colour you want… 

Hydrangea Festival!                          

Any shape, any size any colour!

Glendoick grow a specially selected range of these, best suited to Scotland.

Two white ones H. arboresens and H. paniculata are the hardiest of all:

You can grow these even in the coldest gardens and they’ll always flower.

Coloured foliage:

come and choose from our range of shrubs and perennials with coloured foliage. Amazing Physocarpus in shades of purple and red, Sambucus with maple like dark purple leaves, yellow foliage in a range of shrubs and perennials.... and much more..


Fuchsias are in flower now and will go on and on all summer into the Autumn. Nothing flowers for longer.  

Hardy Fuchsias can be planted in the garden and they'll come up every year.

Bedding Fuchsias need to be kept frost free in winter or you can just throw them out and start again next year.


  • Feathery flowers in red, purple, pink or white.
  • Likes moist soil.
  • Tough and easy.
  • Attractive, finely cut foliage.
  • A great range of varieties to choose from from compact to tall. 

Geranium 'Rozanne'

  • Voted Plant of the century at Chelsea a few years ago.
  • Flowers for months from July to October or later
  • Amazing luminour blue flowers. 
  • On Ken Cox's 100 best plants for Scotland listing.

 Long flowering Plants