The Tamarind is a tropical tree from Africa, now grown around the globe because of its wonderful sweet and sour fruit. Growing to around 18 meters, with abundant dainty fine evergreen leaves the Tamarind tree is a beautiful ornamental that will provide you with ample shade year round.
Tansy is a perennial herb with insect repellent qualities, repelling flies, ants and moths. For this reason it is a valued companion plant, worthwhile growing beside vegetable gardens and fruit orchards. This small shrub is not just useful but also ornamental, the fern-like leaves bring a layer of beauty to the front of any garden located in full sun or...
This ornamental Taro brings a lush tropical feel to the landscape. The leaves are glossy green with a dark purple outline, and stem is dark purple boardering on black. Grows well in a bog garden or in a pond as a marginal plant submerged down to 50cm.
This ornamental Taro has black leaves and is known as Black Magic. Growing to more than 2 meters in ideal conditions the leaves will contrast beautifully against green foliage. Taro grows well in a bog garden or in a pond submerged down to 50cm.
Tillandsia utriculata is the largest species in its genus, growing to around 0.5m high x 1m wide. Floral bracts are erect and dark green with purple margins.
Tillandsia cyanea blooms in the warmer months, producing vivid pink paddle shaped bracts edged with multiple small violet flowers.
Tillandsia Houston has a fountain of densely packed green leaves with a grey sheen. When in flower, the pink bract covered in mini white flowers is stunning.
The fine green leaves on this air plant are light and dance on every breeze making the leaves shine as they catch the light.
Stunning red and purple flowers bloom in late Spring and Summer, rising above the plant to double its height.
Tillandsia streptophylla is one of the larger airplants, it has long curled leaves and stunning frost pink inflorescence when in flower.
This beautiful flowering plant belongs to the ginger family and has many health benefits with regular eating. Medicinally turmeric is used as an antiseptic and an anti-inflammitory. Turmeric originates from the forest floors of South Asia where the tuber is commonly used as a cooking spice and as yellow dye for clothing in India.