An amazing new sedum from Sussex in the UK. Its dark purple fleshy leaves contrast with deep pink stems. And in summer the clump is topped with heads of pink-ruby red-purple flowers. A "can’t walk past" contrast plant
A native of eastern Australia and built to handle the heat and dry spells. Flowers, around 10mm, bell-shaped and in nodding bunches, are present for most of the year and flush in spring. A dwarf shrub that’s a picture en masse, in borders and around the patio. Dainty and pretty.
This beautiful vine dominates gardens from late spring and through summer with delightful fragrance from a myriad of little star-shaped white flowers. This is a climber that needs support, though we've seen it used as a groundcover too! Shape and size of support will define the bush.
An erect evergreen with sword-like leaves in a myriad of colours; blue-green bordered with a wide margin that changes from gold to a rich cream. Forms a rounded clump over ten years and as it matures, throws a spike of showy cream flowers late summer and autumn. A choice specimen and accent plant.
An evergreen well-known for its architectural, bold sword-shaped leaves and stout trunk. It's an invaluable eye-catching feature plant in sunny dry areas or as an accent plant in large rockeries. Once mature, clusters of white bell-shaped flowers are produced once or twice a year. An excellent container subject, both indoors and out.