The light green semi-translucent leaves form a rosette on this succulent are made even more interesting by the visible dark green veins. We have found the plant to be very suited to growing in pots, and most happy in a brightly lit area but protected from the full midday sun.
Lizette grows well in part or full shade, tolerating full sun in the morning too. Ornamental pink and soft lemon flowers spear forth in summer, accented beautifully by its lush dark green foliage.
St Vincent Red Heliconia is a hardy tropical plant capable of growing in full sun and not looking too scrappy. Flowers spear forth in summer, reflecting the colours of the sun, with vibrant oranges and reds that draw the eye from a distance.
Herb Robert is a regenerative herb, we eat the leaf at least once a week for good health. This plant is growing in use and recognition as a herb which fights, and according to some documented reports, cures cancer.
The hoop pine is an ancient native conifer tree which can grow to over 40 meters in suitable conditions. Tolerant of coastal conditions, pollution, high winds and drought the hoop pine is so versatile that it is often found in windbreaks on farms through to streetscapes on the coast.
Horseradish is a fast growing temperate plant from the Brassica family. Best known for its edible tap root which is used both raw and cooked.