Great this Month

  Agapanthus Golden Drop
  • An extremely compact selection, with narrow variegated foliage.
  • Its light, sky blue flowers are produced consistently through spring and summer.
  • The flowers sit above the foliage to a height of about 40cm.
  • A low maintenance, hardy variety, and well suited to a variety of conditions.
  Agapanthus Silver Baby
  • A superb, compact agapanthus producing a lengthy display from early summer of silvery-white flowers with subtle ice blue edging.
  • A particularly hardy and easy to grow perennial for all kinds of general garden use as well as for small gardens or container displays.
  • Very dry tolerant making it ideal for difficult sites or low maintenance gardens.
  • Fast results in new gardens.

Agapanthus are hardy predominently evergreen perennials originating from South Africa and as such are well suited to similar conditions found around Australia.

  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.

  Lavandula Little Poppet
  • An extremely compact variety of English lavender which is highly ornamental for gardens or container use.
  • Deep purple flowers over warmer months.
  • Stiff and sturdy habit forming cushion of grey-green foliage.
  • Easy to grow and ideal for small or narrow spaces.
  Loropetalum Plum Gorgeous

• Deepest, darkest coloured foliage found amongst Loropetalums - retaining colour year round
• Vivid deep raspberry coloured, tasseled flowers during spring and autumn
• Maintains a naturally dense, domed habit
• Easy to grow with minimal maintenance

  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.
  Salvia Heatwave Blaze

A range of salvias aptly dubbed the ‘HEATWAVE’ range was introduced as a direct response to the current dry climate faced by Australian gardeners. Salvias are only too well know worldwide as a waterwise family of plants that revel in sunshine and dry, open soils.

The HEATWAVE range takes todays gardening requirements one step further being purposely bred to retain a compact habit as many forms of salvia greggii typically present with more open habits which, whilst still effective in the right position, relegate their use to background planting or intermingling in a loose perennial border.

The tighter foliage of the HEATWAVE salvias allows them to be a given more prominent location in a garden setting which they well deserve considering they provide colour all through the warmer months right through autumn.

Salvia Heatwave Blaze, has vibrant crimson coloured flowers that won’t wash out under our bright summer skies.

  Salvia Heatwave Glitter

A range of salvias aptly dubbed the ‘HEATWAVE’ range was introduced as a direct response to the current dry climate faced by Australian gardeners. Salvias are only too well know worldwide as a waterwise family of plants that revel in sunshine and dry, open soils.

The HEATWAVE range takes todays gardening requirements one step further being purposely bred to retain a compact habit as many forms of salvia greggii typically present with more open habits which, whilst still effective in the right position, relegate their use to background planting or intermingling in a loose perennial border.

The tighter foliage of the HEATWAVE salvias allows them to be a given more prominent location in a garden setting which they well deserve considering they provide colour all through the warmer months right through autumn.

Salvia Heatwave Glitter, has mauve coloured flowers that won’t wash out under our bright summer skies.

  Salvia Mexican Blue
  • A prolific display of clear, sky-blue flowers throughout the warmer months.
  • Attractive, aromatic silver grey foliage.
  • Easy to grow and ideal for small or narrow spaces.
  Salvia So Cool Lilac

• Striking flowers of soft lilac colour with high volume of blooms produced in spring. Further flushes continue throughout the warmer months.
• Very compact and dense growth habit.
• Low maintenance, dry tolerant and easy to grow.

 

  Salvia So Cool Purple

 • Striking flowers in clear purple shade with high volume of blooms produced in spring. Further flushes continue throughout the
warmer months.
• Very compact and dense growth habits.
• Low maintenance, dry tolerant and easy to grow.

  Salvia So Cool Violet

• Striking flower colour of deep purple with high volume of blooms produced in spring. Further flushes continue throughout the warmer months.
• Very compact and dense growth habits.
• Low maintenance, dry tolerant and 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 Fairy Star

A very hardy, clump forming perennial with fine, grass-like foliage. Long flowering from spring through to late summer. Shell pink, star shape.

  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.