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Creeping trees and shrubs

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The creeping trees and bushes are extremely varied, and are therefore suitable for multiple uses and situations.

Some thrive wonderfully on a dry slope, such as the creeping ceanothus, the powdery cistus or the Grevillea 'Mount Tamboritha'. Others love mountain rockeries like the 'Repanda' common juniper.  Yet others are perfect for filling a somewhat challenging corner of the garden, like the Skogholm cotoneaster (very adaptable and robust, but unfortunately overused in the 70s!).

Here, we have selected varieties that do not exceed 1 metre (3 feet) in height, in order to truly correspond to what is expected of a "creeping" plant.