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 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..
The iconic white Iceberg rose is well-known to most and a good rose choice for the beginner gardener. This floribunda rose flowers very willingly and is often planted en-mass (accompanied by lavenders) or in pots.
A beautiful evergreen shrub, blooming almost all year round with a lovely display of fragrant purple-blue flowers adorned with golden-yellow centres. Suitable as a hedge or informal screening plant, as they can be pruned into any shape. You can also grow them as a tree or standard plant by removing the lower branches.
Vodacom is a free flowering, Floribunda with gorgeous, subtly fragranced blue blooms. The growth habit equals that of ‘Iceberg’, producing dense clusters of fully petalled, fairly large blooms. This Floribunda is a perfect cut flower.
This vigorous deciduous climber, with clusters of violet-blue flowers, is perfect for training over a sunny wall or left to hang from a sturdy pergola or arch. They can look equally beautiful when left to informally ramble through well-established trees and shrubs.
These pretty tender perennials are often grown as container and edging plants, they can have bushy or trailing habits. The tiny five-petaled flowers bloom in lovely shades of blue, purple, rose, and white with some accented by white eyes.
The Calamondin orange tree, often known as miniature orange, is an ornamental tree producing fragrant flowers and a small tangerine-like fruit. The fruit has a tart, acid flavor similar to a lemon or lime. Calamondin orange tree makes one of the best indoor fruit trees.
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. It is slow growing and has a weeping shape.
A neat, small, showy tree that might well have been designed for the modern townhouse garden. The pale bark contrasts beautifully with the dark, drooping leaves that smell strongly of lavender when crushed.