Aeonium Black Velour is a small hardy succulent shrub from the sub-tropic Canary Island growing to around 0.5m in height. Multiple rosettes of black-red leaves crowning each branch and yellow star shaped flowers bloom in Spring.
Aeonium Pinwheel is a small hardy succulent shrub from the sub-tropic Canary Island growing to 0.6m in height and width. Multiple loose rosettes of green leaves crowning each branch and cream star shaped flowers bloom in Spring.
Aechmea blanchetiana has light green finely serated leaves which deepen to a dark orange with heavier shade.
Cordyline Negra has a slender form with mulitple upright branches, each topped with stunning black-green strappy leaves. It grows to 2 meters in height and produces clusters of pink-purple flowers in Summer.
A compact small thorny shrub that is almost always in bloom with clusters of the most beautiful miniature cream flowers. Deep green leaves and long lasting bloom make a very attractive, fast growing hybrid.
A compact small thorny shrub that is almost always in bloom with clusters of the most beautiful miniature red flowers. Deep green leaves and long lasting bloom make a very attractive, fast growing hybrid.
The Desert Rose is a small semi-deciduous shrub originating from sub-saharan Africa. Evolving in such harsh conditions you will find this plant drought hardy and suitable for a water wise garden. Decorative features of the Desert Rose are its swollen trunk and vibrant pink flowers.
Flowers from the Frangipani tree are loved by people far and wide. Flowers are scented and come in a wide range of colours.
Grey Star is a popular Ctenanthe due to is striking grey and maroon foliage. Block plant in the garden to achieve a tropical look with coloured foliage that can be enjoyed all year round.
The species name Setosa refers to the bristly stems on this plant. The patterned grey and green upper side of the leaf is contrast with a maroon underside, it certainly brings colour and a point of interest to shaded areas of the garden. It is perennial and evergreen, so its tropical foliage can be enjoyed all year round.
The Kangaroo Paw is an iconic Australian Plant. Long strappy green leaves are complimented with stems that hold high distinct orange flowers for all to admire.
The Kangaroo Paw is an iconic Australian Plant. Long strappy green leaves are complimented with stems that hold high distict red flowers for all to admire.
The lipstick tree is a perfect sized tree for the backyard with limited space. The tree gets its name from the seeds which contain a natural red pigment, used by American Indians as body paint and lipstick.
Green leaves with pink tips give the name Painted Fingernail to this bromeliad. Suited to part shade or full shade conditions in the garden, this brom can also be grown successfully indoors, which is sometimes necessary if you live in a region where temperatures drop below 1 degree celsius.
Pandanas grows throughout the sub-tropics and tropics and is well suited to frontline coastal conditions.
The Poinciana is a beautiful ornamental shade tree, with masses of showy red blooms that dominate its broad canopy in summer.
The Ponytail Palm is a slow growing, drought tolerant plant native to the desert regions of Mexico. The bulbus base of the plant acts as a storage tank for water and is also the feature that makes the Ponytail so unique and ornamental.
Beautiful dark red skinned fruits ripen in Summer with sweet pinkish pulp. The tree is highly ornamental, with deep red colored leaves and fluffy pink flowers.
Popular for its dark green palm like leaves, this cycad plant has been around for at least 200 million years and is referred to as a living fossil. Hardy, ornamental and long lived, it is easy to reason why it is grown around the world in many different climates.
Song of India is a bushy upright shrub with multiple upright branches that are thin and pliable and tend to dance on the wind as it passes by. Ornamental leaves are distinctively marked with a central green stripe sandwiched between cream-yellow edges.
Decorative green and cream striped leaves have faint pink edges on older leaves.
The glossy succulent leaves of this plant are known for their architectual beauty. The Zanzibar enjoys little to no direct sunlight and less than average water, for this reason the plant is often grown as an indoor pot plant.