10 Kid Approved

Kids love to play in the dirt and eat random stuff in the garden. Here are a few plants that are ok with little discoverers - still we advise not to chew on them.

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    Acer campestre

Field Maple

Acer campestre

Acer campestre is commonly called the Field Maple or Common Maple. It will grow up to 25 metres in h...

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    Alnus glutinosa

Black alder

Alnus glutinosa

Alnus glutinosa, black alder or common alder will grow up to 30m in height and grows best in moist s...

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    Deutzia

Deutzia

Deutzia

Deutzia is a genus of around 60 shrubs native to Asia, America and Europe. Fifty species of deutzia ...

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    Cercis siliquastrum

Judas tree

Cercis siliquastrum

Exploding with pink, the Judas tree or cercis siliquastrum will turn a dull garden design into an en...

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    Chamaedorea elegans

Parlour palm

Chamaedorea elegans

As its common name suggests, chamaedorea elegans is a small species of palm that has become a popula...

PLANTS

    Prunus avium

Sweet Cherry 'Sylvia'

Prunus avium 'Sylvia'

These deciduous cherry trees can grow quite large but they add a wealth of colour to your garden. Th...

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    Thymus vulgaris

Common thyme

Thymus vulgaris

An evergreen low-growing shrub, Thymus vulgaris is the species of Thyme that is most commonly found ...

PLANTS

    Sambucus nigra

Common elder

Sambucus nigra

Sambucus nigra is more commonly known as Elder or Elderberry. It's a small tree growing between arou...

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    Corylus avellana

Corkscrew hazelnut

Corylus avellana

Corylus avellana is a deciduous shrub. Often called Harry Lauder's walking stick or corkscrew hazeln...

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    Hibiscus syriacus

Shrub althea

Hibiscus syriacus

Native to Asia, Hibiscus syriacus is also known as rose of Sharon and rose mallow. It can grow to 13...

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