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  Aeonium Cornish Tribute
  • A compact, low growing hybrid forming a A compact, low growing hybrid forming a  dome of ornamental foliage.
  • Foliage made up of many small, light red rosettes with lime green centres.
  • Easy to grow, dry tolerant and very low maintenance.
  Aeonium Logan Rock
  • A compact form with ornamental foliage year round.
  • Foliage forms a branching mound of reddish purple coloured rosettes with green centres.
  • Easy to grow, dry tolerant and very low maintenance.
  Agastache Pink Scepter

• Majestic display of long flowering stems topped by large, showy floral spikes.
• Tough, dry tolerant, fast growing.
• Long flowering - summer to autumn.
• Rich in nectar, attracting birds and butterflies.
• Aromatic foliage when crushed or handled.

  Agastache Royal Scepter

• Majestic display of long flowering stems topped by large, showy floral spikes.
• Tough, dry tolerant, fast growing.
• Long flowering - summer to autumn.
• Rich in nectar, attracting birds and butterflies.
• Aromatic foliage when crushed or handled.

  Convolvulus Full Moon

The genus of convolvulus is made up of a number of twining creepers, small herbaceous plants and a few shrubby species all of which can be found through many temperate regions of the world. The trademark 'funnel' or 'trumpet' shaped flowers of these plants are very reminiscent of those belonging to the larger flowering 'morning glories' but should not be confused with these as they belong to separate families with the convolvulus family not having the rampant tendencies of the fore mentioned. Also, unlike 'morning glories', their flowers remain open all day and open in succession over a long season.


Many species of convolvulus are highly valued by those involved in garden design and landscaping due to their reliable performance, hardy attributes and long lasting flowering season. Most species are not only tolerant of seaside environments but actually thrive in these regions.


C. 'Full Moon' is a specially selected low mounding, ground covering variety which carries larger flowers than normally found in this species. In addition it has a more vigorous growth habit forming a neat and dense mat ideal for quick results in barren garden areas.


The soft lilac-blue flowers open by unfurling 'pleats' to form the strongly flared tube. They first begin appearing from late spring and will continue right through to autumn.

  Convolvulus Lilac Moon
  • Ornamental and dry tolerant ground cover.
  • Masses of lilac, funnel-like flowers throughout the warmer months.
  • Low maintenance and easy to grow.
  • Will cascade over rocks and walls.
  Convolvulus Moroccan Beauty

A new, very dense and compact form of this universally popular ground cover often utilised for low maintenance areas or simply as an ornate filler in beds/borders. Masses of soft lavender blue flowers are freely produced from late spring through to autumn. If sited accordingly, it will trail over rocks, embankments, retaining walls etc. Equally useful for covering bare patches in mixed borders or for container culture.

C . 'Moroccan Beauty' is ideal for 'no fuss' landscaping as well as those with limited space.


The genus Convolvulus encompases around two-hundred trailing perennials annuals, evergreen and deciduous shrubby plants. Most of these plants usually bear heart-shaped leaves and, in the summer, produce beautiful, funnel-shaped flowers. Convolvo means to entwine as most species found in this family are indeed twiners giving rise to their common name of Bindweeds. C. 'Moroccan Beauty', however, is far from a troublesome ground cover with a passive trailing habit that will not invade other garden specimens.

Another member of the family which makes a stunning planting partner for C. 'Moroccan Beauty' is C. 'Silvery Moon' (Convolvulus cneorum).This is a gorgeous bushy plant that boasts silvery, silky foliage. The white blossoms are larger than those of the ground covering 'Moroccan Beauty' and together they make an ideal display for year round interest and both are particularly dry tolerant once they become established.

  Convolvulus New Blue Moon

• Improved form of popular ground cover with far denser, neater habit.
• Deep blue, funnel-like flowers through the warmer months.
• Low maintenance, dry tolerant and easy to grow.
• Will trail over rocks and walls.

  Convolvulus Two Moons

A new form of this universally popular ground cover often utilised for low maintenance areas or simply as an ornate filler in beds/borders. Predominantly white, funnel shaped blooms dotted with occasional lilac flowers creating an intriguing, dappled effect across the entire plant. Flowers are freely produced from late spring through to autumn. If sited accordingly, it will trail over rocks, embankments, retaining walls etc. Equally useful for covering bare patches in mixed borders or for container culture.

C . 'Two Moons' is ideal for 'no fuss' landscaping as well as those with limited space.


The genus Convolvulus encompases around two-hundred trailing perennials annuals, evergreen and deciduous shrubby plants. Most of these plants usually bear heart-shaped leaves and, in the summer, produce beautiful, funnel-shaped flowers. Convolvo means to entwine as most species found in this family are indeed twiners giving rise to their common name of Bindweeds. C. 'Two Moons', however, is far from a troublesome ground cover with a passive trailing habit that will not invade other garden specimens.

Another member of the family which makes a stunning planting partner for C. 'Two Moons' is C. 'Silvery Moon' (Convolvulus cneorum).This is a gorgeous bushy plant that boasts silvery, silky foliage. The white blossoms are larger than those of the ground covering 'Two Moons' and together they make an ideal display for year round interest and both are particularly dry tolerant once they become established.

  Cotelydon Blue Waves
  • Prized for its ornamental foliage of large silver-blue leaves with wavy margins.
  • Makes a stunning ground cover for low maintenance and low water areas.
  • Easy to grow and producing fast results.
  • Dry and frost tolerant.
  Escallonia Pink Elle

Escallonia 'Pink Elle' will win you over with its striking displays of upright pink flower heads which fade to a gentle pink-white. 'Pink Elle' looks stunning in classic white or black pots and creates a real air of elegance. Its compact habit and dark glossy green leaves complete the picture. Easy to grow and trouble free.

  Hemerocallis Stella Bella

Commonly known as 'Day Lily', members of this family are known world wide for their hardiness, beauty and reliability and H. 'Stella Bella' is no exception.

The golden yellow flowers are produced in great quantities on 50cm long stems. In addition to its beauty this particular variety stands apart from the rest in its remarkable ability to bloom and re-bloom for up to six months of the year.


Foliage is strap-like reaching approximately 40cm in height and, unlike many other varieties in the family, is evergreen. A truly rewarding plant for the novice and experienced gardener alike.

  Perovskia Lacey Blue
  • An extended period of interest with sprays of lilac blue flowers from mid summer on into autumn.
  • Neat, compact form that retains stiff, upright habit throughout floral display.
  • Easy to grow and hardy for hot, dry and cold climates.
  Polygala LITTLE BIBI®

This exciting new Polygala introduction, offering excellent garden attributes, making it ideal for a wide range of conditions.

A naturally dwarf evergreen shrub with glaucous grey green leaves. It flowers heavily with its main flush in spring/summer, and continuously throughout the remainder of the year (depending on location and local conditions) with pretty mauve/purple pea like flowers.

Heat and frost hardy, this tough plant is ideal for a wide range of domestic and commercial landscapes.

  Rehmannia The Empress
  • A compact form with long display of large pink blooms from late spring through to autumn.
  • Fast growing for mixed borders or containers.
  • Easy to grow.
  Sedum Rose Carpet
  • Rounded blue/green foliage forms a very low and ornamental mat of foliage.
  • Clusters of deep pink, star-shaped flowers are a beautiful attraction over the summer months.
  • Easy to grow, dry tolerant and very low maintenance.
  Tibouchina Cool Baby

Tibouchina 'Cool Baby' makes a great talking point. In both spring and autumn it bursts into life with stunning large pink and white flowers. This compact form of Tibouchina arose from a long term Australian breeding program. Look out for other members of the Fantasy Flower Collection .

The Fantasy Flower Collection includes a range of Tibouchinas bred for different climatic zones. 'Cool Baby' performs equally well in sub tropical and cooler areas, and is a great choice for the southern states. This variety is perfect for containers due to its compact size.

  Tibouchina Groovy Baby

•Most compact form of Tibouchina currently available
•Large, vibrant purple flowers throughout the warmer months
•Very hardy and easy to grow
•Attractive evergreen foliage which is accentuated by seasonal copper tones.

  Tibouchina Peace Baby

Tibouchina 'Peace Baby' is a member of the amazing Australian Tibouchina breeding program that produced the Fantasy Flower Collection. T. 'Peace Baby' is a compact variety that rewards with stunning large white flowers right throughout the warmer months. The blooms smoother the plant, creating a truly eye catching display.

'Peace Baby' was purpose bred to perform in both tropical and cool climatic zones. This means that those of us living in the cooler regions can also enjoy the beauty of tibouchinas, usually a sub tropical genus.

'Peace Baby' is extremely compact and very easy to grow.

  Tulbaghia Dark Star

This variety has been selected for the Border Stars™range and has been selected specifically for
its hardiness and reliability in performance under difficult circumstances. It tolerates both dry and wet conditions and feature long periods of flowering displays. Bred by PGA to incorporate these tough characteristics with new colour variation to others in range.
FEATURES:
• Very hardy, clump forming perennials
• Fine, grass-like foliage is evergreen and ornamental year round
• Long flowering - from spring through to late winter
• Low water requirements
• Easy to grow with minimal maintenance

  Tulbaghia Galaxy

A very hardy, clump forming perennial with fine, grass-like foliage. Long flowering from spring through to late summer. Shell pink, star shaped flowers provide a prolific display. Ideal for low water use gardens.
Foliage is very fine and grass-like in appearance for added textural value - complementing larger, broader foliage plants positioned behind.

  Tulbaghia Milky Way

This variety has been selected for the Border Stars™range specifically for its hardiness and reliability in performance under difficult circumstances. It tolerates both dry and wet conditions and features long periods of flowering displays. Bred by PGA to incorporate these tough characteristics with a new colour variation for the range.
FEATURES:
• Very hardy, clump forming perennials
• Fine, grass-like foliage is evergreen and ornamental year round
• Long flowering - from spring through to late winter
• Low water requirements
• Easy to grow with minimal maintenance