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..
‘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.
This compact, low-growing, evergreen shrub with its beautiful dark green leaves and sweetly fragranced pure-white blooms has an extremely long blooming season. They also make wonderful container plants.
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 very attractive, small evergreen tree with wonderfully sweet, curry-pungent foliage, used as seasoning. Fragrant white flowers will bloom irregularly throughout the year, followed by bluish-black oblong fruit.
A large, evergreen tree with a rounded crown. Often encountered as a shrub or small tree in its natural range. Glossy dark green leaves with small, white flowers and fleshy black berries which ripen to a yellow-orange colour, makes this a feast for birds.
This attractive evergreen tree will attract insects to your garden. When young, the leaves have a rosy tinge and the stems are red. It bears spikes of white flowers in autumn. It is an excellent tub subject for patios.
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.
An eye cather in any garden with mauve to purple flowers. Buchus have small, round oil glands on their leaves and fruit. Crushing the leaves of this buchu releases a sweet lemon scent. A threatened and endangered specie in its natural habitat.
Considered to be a 'golden oldie' this plant remains popular for its ability to be a perfect specimen for a small garden, a pot, and even a balcony. In late winter flattish heads of pink flower buds appear, opening into tiny white flowers. Clusters of small metallic-blue berries mature in autumn.
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.
Pomegranates are a delicious addition to your garden. Typically they can begin to fruit within a year of planting, which is quicker than most fruit trees. The fruit has a sweet and sour taste and makes a delicious topping for salads.