This perennial Gazania is native to the mountains of South Africa and produce large, daisy-like flowerheads in brilliant shades of yellow and orange, over a long period in summer. They are often planted as a drought-tolerant groundcover.
A low growing indigenous, evergreen shrub with stunning daisy-like flowers that vary in colour, with unique petal shapes and unusual patterns. They look stunning in rockeries, flower beds and hanging baskets. Often seen in flower arrangements.
Verbenas are vibrant and versatile and can be used for borders, baskets, containers and groundcovers. Colorful and scented verbena flowers provide a rich source of nectar for pollinators, attracting hummingbirds, bees and many types of butterflies.
This popular decorative plant is grown for its abundance of fragrant flowers in spring. The purple flowers soften to a lavender colour and finally fade to white. Fantastic when planted with azaleas, camellias and hydrangeas..
A popular and exquisite jasmine that will provide your garden with the first breath of spring. A fast-growing evergreen creeper which will develop into a dense bush covered in clusters of pink buds, opening to white flowers that are extremely fragrant.
Highly recommended as a fast growing hedge plant, this scrambling shrub is also often used as a framework plant in flower beds. Expect a lively concert from honey bees and birds as they come to feast on the nectar.
This agapanthus has near black (very dark purple blue) flower buds that burst into large flower heads in spring. They have a unique colour and form and add a touch of drama to your garden throughout the warmer months. Mature plants have multiple flower stems which make a great cut flower with an excellent vase life of 12 to 14 days.
‘McConnell’s Blue‘ is the most widely grown rosemary. It bears small blue flowers in summer, and grows slowly but surely into a large bush. Prune and shape it regularly if you want a smaller, more compact shrub.
Scaevola is an ideal choice for window boxes, hanging baskets or tall containers where it's trailing form can flow over the container's edge. A sun-loving, heat-tolerant annual that produces a non stop show of blue, pink or white flowers.
Well-loved indigenous trees, tough enough to be used as a street tree and small enough to fit into most gardens. When in flower at Christmas it looks like a giant candy floss, as the tree transforms into a cloud of soft pink balls.