Here’s a plant with rich, dark chocolate and plum coloured foliage. It’s a reliable beauty, looking dark and sensual all year round, performing magnificently month after month. As a succulent it will tolerate very dry conditions, but in summer it will look more beautiful if watered during dry periods. As a container plant, Aeonium Schwartzkopf is ideal, easy to grow, as well as stunningly good-looking.
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.
Always attractive with glossy, medium-green foliage looking good all year round. In spring the compact bushes are smothered in white blossom, rather like big orange blossoms. Hence the common name of Mexican orange blossom - it’s a native of Mexico.
This seedless fruit's quickly becoming a culinary favourite - adding greatly to the flavors of many of the foods we eat. They're loaded with vitamin C and their slightly sweet, tangy juice can help you cut down on the amount of salt you add to dishes you prepare. Plant one today!
When seen in full flower during late winter and spring, Kaka King will make you gasp, such is the impact of the vivid large red parrot-beak shaped flowers that hang in clusters from the bush. A selection from New Zealand's native flora sets the standard, and while it requires some work for best display, it's well worth it.
Eye-catching foliage in tones of emerald through bronze and red to almost black made this selection easy. Its compact habit, outstanding form and striking colour make Karo Red an ideal plant for garden, patio and vase.