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.
‘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.
Portulacas create easy-to-grow carpets of brilliant colour. They are low-growing, low maintenance annual succulents with a spreading habit. These beauties are heavy bloomers with saucer-shaped flowers in bright colours. They flower from late spring throughout summer. Excellent for edging and works well in containers.
This is a beautiful, clumping succulent with lavender-grey foliage with a pearlescent overlay. It is especially useful in containers or mixed with other succulents. Tubular pink blooms form on pink stems.
'Cwebe' is a more upright version of 'Sprengeri' with very graceful, upright, arching fronds with long needle-like leaves. The young fronds are a very attractive copper colour. This is the only cultivar that does not like sun and should be grown in light shade.
A succulent with fat, lustrous green leaves edged in red when in bright ligth. Small white flowers with yellow centres will appear in winter. The spreading habit is ideal for a rock garden or spilling over the edge of a container.
A low growing matt-forming, evergreen succulent perennial with yellow-green needle-like foliage. Sedum Angelina is fast spreading and will be adorned with small, yellow star-shaped flowers in midsummer. This low maintenance plant is perfect for rock gardens.
This versatile, low maintenance cultivar makes an excellent house plant, and is also ideal for hanging baskets or as a ground cover in the garden. In summer tiny white flowers are followed by attractive, bright red berries.