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.
A late season pomegranate with orange-red flowers. The fruit has a red to purple skin. This variety is popular for making pomegranate juice. Wonderful is a fast grower, produces an abundance of fruit, is drought resistant and mostly pest free.
‘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.
Well-loved indigenous trees, tough enough to be used as a street tree and small enough to fit into most gardens. When in flower at Christmas it looks like a giant candy floss, as the tree transforms into a cloud of soft pink balls.
Tough little plants, mostly grown in annual beds, containers and hanging baskets in sunny, hot areas to provide quick and instant colour. They carry cheerful daisy-like flowers on slim stems. Excellent to use as companion plant in veggie gardens.
Pride of India is a beautiful crape myrtle tree with striking purple to black foliage, crowned with eye-catching blooms in purple, pink or red. Drought tolerant once established. Grows beautifully in patio planters.
A beautiful tree with grey-green leaves and an interesting shape. It is a useful screener and contrast tree. Hardy and drought resistant. Ideal for the small to medium garden. The wild olive has beautiful wood for furniture.
This Cordyline is very suitable to the South-African garden as it is heat tolerant and water wise. For a splash of colour choose this evergreen perennial which is clump forming and boasts dazzling marroon leaves with hot pink margins.
A recently discovered hybrid of Salvia Africana, found at Pakhuis pass, hence its name. The flowers are larger than those of the species. Is a showy herb whose flowers, flower in bi-colour, blue and white. It has square stems with velvety leaves.
Black 'n Bloom Salvia is tough as nails, it thrives in heat, drought and humidity. Very easy to grow, requiring very little attention. With its desirable deep blue color against a black stem this Salvia will be a true focal point in any garden. The foliage will exude a soft anise scent when bruised. Attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
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.
30cm H x 90cm W
Sun - Semi-shade
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The 'Grande' version of the spekboom has slightly larger leaves than the rest of its family. This versatile plant is considered by many to be a miracle plant and is highly regarded for its ability to fight climate change. This plant acts like a carbon sponge and statistics indicate that a spekboom thicket is 10 times more effective per hectare in carbon fighting than any rainforest
This prolific grower, lends itself to marvellous formal applications such as shaped balls, and clipped hedges. The silver-grey foliage makes a statement from afar and this plant should not be overlooked when planning a drought resistant garden.
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.