A South African registered no-nonsense variety of lavender that is tough, fragrant and flowers nearly all year round. Plant them in full sun with ample spacing for good air circulation between plants. Lavenders can thrive in pots but use a quality potting soil that drains well. Fertilise lavender from spring to autumn with a product such as Atlantic Bio Ocean or Vigorosa 5:1:5
Known for its fragrant smell during Spring, this versatile Jasmine makes a beautiful vine for trellis, fence or wall cover. It looks great all year round and is particularly stunning during late spring when masses of flowers cover the plant for 5 - 6 weeks. It is also often used as a groundcover in large landscapes.
Strelitzia is a bold structural plant that is wind resistant and grows well in coastal gardens too. They typically flower in late winter or early spring. Provided that they are given lots of bright light with some direct sun they can be successfully grown indoors. Feed with compost in early spring before new growth begins and then fertilize during the growing season.
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.
This easy-to-grow plant normally reaches a height of 1,5–2m in a garden setting and has a small non-invasive root system which makes it ideal for planting next to a pool or a boundary wall. Its compact conformation also makes it perfect for accent planting and containers; it’s an excellent bonsai tree and is great for hedges.
These truly ‘green’ succulents help fight air pollution in that it removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, acting like a carbon sponge.
1.5 - 4m H x 2m - 2.5m W
Pincushion | Leucospermum Cordifolium x Patersonii 'Ayoba'
Strawberries are very large and firm berry, brilliant red and glossy with a delicious flavour. The strawberries vary from being long and wedge-shaped to large and conical. They will produce early-season to mid-season.
One of our most spectacular indigenous trees. After it loses its feathery, light green leaves for a short period in spring, it produces long sprays of mauve coloured pea-like flowers. The flowers bear a striking resemblance to wisteria flowers. It is slow growing and has a weeping shape. This deciduous tree has a non-invasive root system
A showstopper with its thick, round, smooth and curly foliage that is very suitable to be used in containers or in mixed beds. Heavenly fragrant flowers in spring and autumn. The orange blossom fragrance alone makes it an essential for a small to medium-sized garden. The flowers are also often seen in flower arrangements.
A well-loved indigenous trees, tough enough to be used as a street tree and small enough to fit into a townhouse garden. When in flower at Christmas it looks like a giant candy floss, as the tree transforms into a cloud of soft pink balls. It is classified a having a non invasive root system.
This exquisite plant is every gardener's dream as it is easy to grow, fast growing and has a long display of blooms. From mid-spring to early winter expect waving wands dotted with dozens of flowers that create a butterfly banquet.
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.
Angelonia produces a profusion of flowers, which looks like small snapdragons on upright spikes. They perform well during the heat of summer, making them very handy to add colour during the hot months.These bushy, low-maintenance plants will reward you with a lovely fruity fragrance. Great as flowers borders or in pots.
‘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.