A breath-taking climber discovered on the Three Kings Islands in 1945. All year round youíll admire its very glossy thick deep-green leaves, and from winter through early spring the mature vine is graced with clusters of tubular cream green-tinged flowers. Very showy.
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 thatís a picture en masse, in borders and around the patio. Dainty and pretty.
Arguably the tidiest conifer we've seen, Smaragd forms a lush green cone that's ideal for patio pots, driveway avenues and specimen trees. An upright shape that's a great way of introducing drama into a small garden, especially at an entranceway or on a bank if the garden is sloping.
A very eye-catching foamflower with bright green leaves, deeply cut and marked with incredible patterns - wild with pink and red splashes in autumn and tones of purples and black at other times. From spring, the mound is topped with bright pink flowers.
An easy and pleasing groundcover with a creeping habit for filling all sorts of nooks and crannies. Rich mint-green foliage with distinctive chocolate markings which looks great year round, while in spring there's an impressive show of large white flowers. Brilliant candidate for the rock garden, and for bulking out a patio pot.
An incredible flower display in spring sets this tiarella apart - bright pink and white flowers on long spires. While not in flower, its foliage won't be overlooked either, heavily serrated, bright green with a dark patch near the bottom of the leaf. While sun-tolerant, flower and folaige colour develops best in dappled, light or full shade.
One of nature's grand plants. Easily grown to a rounded bush with velvet green leaves and large luxuriant royal-purple flowers from summer into autumn and on into spring in mild districts. An native of South America, this is a shrub to use for a tropical look in not-so-tropical areas!
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.