Stunning dwarf form of the River Wattle. Fine soft light green foliage complimented by pale yellow flowers in Spring. Can be grown with effect as a shrub in borders rockeries or as a container specimen with regular feeding. Sun or part shade. Most soil types. Grows to 1m tall, spreads to 2m.
Native to Western Australia, Kangaroo paws make excellent garden and patio subjects and wonderful cutflowers for a bold indoor statement. Bush Eclipse flowers later in summer and spot flowers almost year round, certainly to its own timetable. It has a high natural disease tolerance and needs little water - summer droughts eat dust!
Royal Cheer's something different in Kangaroo Paws. It forms a glaucous-grey-green clump which is tidy and compact. From spring, tall flower stems grow from the base and are topped with striking large red-green flowers. These exquisite flower heads are a wonderful cutflower and look great in the garden too.
An outstanding producer of large brilliant glowing pink flowers with a stunning flower centre which is a combination of stamens, petaloids, and small petals. A dense and compact habit with glossy dark green leaves, providing an ideal contrast to the vibrant flowers. An ideal hedging specimen growing naturally to 2-3 metres.
Free flowering sasanqua with a elegant upright growth habit. Masses of of brilliant pink buds open to large informal double flowers of white with delicate soft pink shading. Early flowering and quick growing. Ideal hedge or screen. Sun or shade. Grows 3m.
One of the nicest sasanquas to be released onto the market. Has medium to large informal double flowers in strong watermelon red. A . A medium medium size shrub reaching 3m but can be easily kept as a a low hedge. Flowering Autumn through Winter. Sun or shade.
Paradise pearl has an attractive, upright, compact growth habit, making it ideal for hedges and screens. Flower buds are pink opening to white against dark glossy green leaves. Semi-double blooms are borne in profusion for a long period. Suits sun or shade. Grows 4m.
One of the first of the Paradise range of dwarf sasanquas. Flowers are small, soft pink in the form of a loose informal peony. The flower centre is composed of stamens, petaloids, and small petals which provide a very attractive combination set against small-leafed dark green foliage. A small dense habit, to about a metre tall, makes it ideal for clipping into topiary or for small hedges.
Superb hardy ground cover shrub with masses of deep blue flowers in spring. It's spectacular on walls, banks, rock gardens and as a foreground plant. Plant in a sunny, well drained positon. Extremely hardy to wind and cold. Spreads to 1.5 metres, growing 75cm high.