Like a tiny petunia on steroids this fast growing sprawling perennial is a great choice for pots, hanging baskets and ground covering. They require full sun, watering when the soil feels dry and regular feeding and then they will give back by flowering all year long.
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.
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. Their flowering time is autumn, spring and summer.
‘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.
A beautiful evergreen shrub, blooming almost all year round with a lovely display of fragrant 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.
A silver succulent that forms a small, clumping bush. Its oblong leaves are covered in white, waxy hairs that give it a “dusty” look. Small pink flowers bloom in the Spring. *Can be toxic to people and pets.
Pansies are hybrids derived from the viola species and one of the few bedding plants that flower well during winter and continue into spring. Pansies are vibrant, beautiful and easy to grow. Due to the coloration on their petals, many people call them, little faces or "gesiggies". They need at least 6 hours of full sun in winter and will perform best if the get dappled shade in spring and summer. Liquid fertilize once every two weeks or at least once a month as flowering takes a lot of energy from the plant that needs to be replenished if they need to flower for a long time.
Holly is one of Britain's few native evergreen trees and a traditional festive Christmas decoration. Striking with dark green, shiny, spiky leaves and red berries. But it has berries only if the male and female plants are grown together. *Poisonous to people and pets
A woody, succulent shrub that features fleshy, bright green leaves and sharp, spikey black thorns. Bright red bracts that resemble geraniums from a distance, is seldom out of bloom. A perfect addition to beds, borders, rock gardens or mediterranean gardens.
90 - 180cm H x 30 -90cm W
Sun - Semi-shade
Small Bush Violet | Barleria Repens 'Purple Prince'
Violas are vibrant, beautiful and easy to grow and can flower throughout autumn and winter. All violas has similarly heart-shaped flowers, with the lower petal often carrying dark markings. Ideal for bedding, edging, window boxes and containers.
The real yellowwood is one of South Africa 's most valued timber trees and also South Africa 's National Tree. Lance-shaped, dark blue-green leaves are spirally arranged on stiff upright branches on this large, slow-growing tree.
This indigenous beauty is a large evergreen tree with a dense crown of drooping glossy dark green foliage. The bark is yellowish-grey and peels in long, narrow strips. The leaves are long and narrow. It bears large male cones and the female cones remain green. Makes a lovely ornamental tree in a large garden.