A versatile semi-climber that can reach up to 3m in height or transform into a compact, tidy hedge when pruned. Its fragrant, white flowers with delicate pink undersides grace your garden from September to January.
Notably, this jasmine variety is indigenous, promoting biodiversity, and its exquisite fragrance makes it a delightful choice for attracting pollinators and enhancing your garden's sensory experience.
Duranta nonas gold is a favorite among many garden enthusiasts, known for its captivating golden foliage. This versatile shrub is a top choice whether you're looking to create a low, clipped hedge or border, or you need a tall growing screen for added privacy.
Its stunning golden leaves offer a striking contrast in your garden beds, and the occasional appearance of blue flowers in spring and summer complements its yellow foliage beautifully.
This compact thick evergreen shrub is widely used in landscaping and is ideal for hedging. It will probably create the densest hedge you will be able to grow and it is widely used in maze gardens. Prune regularly to keep shape and for compact growth. It grows on the slow side.
Highly recommended for its prolific growth, Salt Bush (Rhagodia Hastata) lends itself beautifully to marvelous formal applications, including crafting shaped balls and clipped hedges.
When planting, choose a well-drained soil location with full to partial sun exposure for optimal results. Its fantastic silvery-grey foliage not only adds its own allure but also showcases the colors of the plants planted around it, creating a visually stunning landscape.
Gardenias, renowned for their captivating fragrance and beautiful white or yellow flowers that bloom during spring and early summer, are suitable for gardens or indoor pots. This evergreen shrub thrives in warm climates with indirect sunlight. It requires well-drained, acidic soil enriched with organic matter. Regular watering is essential, but take care not to overwater, as their roots are sensitive to waterlogged conditions. Plant them near a patio, garden bench, or window to fully enjoy their fragrance. They do best with morning sun and afternoon shade.
An evergreen conifer with densely packed foliage. It is a fast grower and often used as Christmas trees or to form wind breaks or screens in the garden. Plant 1 m apart for hedging purposes. A fast grower.
A beautiful tall growing indigenous shrub with slender, rather loosely spreading branches, that flowers profusely. Pruning encourages bushy growth. This fast growing, water wise shrub can also be used to create a hedge. Flowers mainly in Spring. Does well in patio pots.
An excellent plant for potting that can be pruned severely to make a gorgeous 'lollipop'. New leaves arrive in a reddish hue and change to green with aging. Choose a large pot with plenty of holes in the bottom. Use a good potting soil with generous handfuls of sand added to increase porosity.
Syzygium Paniculatum (Eugenia) Std
1.5 - 2.5m H x 1.2-1.8m W
Ficus Standard | Ficus Microcarpa 'Nitida' standard ( std)
This hardy tree is an exceptional option to clip into a topiary standard or ‘lollipop’. In 'wilder' garden settings it also works excellently as a screening hedge that can be tamed to any height desired. It can also grow into a dense shade tree.
Considered to be a 'golden oldie' this plant remains popular for its ability to be a perfect specimen for a small garden, a pot, and even a balcony. In late winter flattish heads of pink flower buds appear, opening into tiny white flowers. Clusters of small metallic-blue berries mature in autumn. A popular evergreen choice for hedging. This bushy shrub is often grown as a compact standard tree.
Small-growing. The dense, compact growth of this beautiful evergreen shrub is perfect for small hedges, screens or foundation plantings. The leaves are slightly smaller and darker green than V. tinus. Tight clusters of lightly fragrant pinkish-white flowers in spring are followed by dark blue-black fruit. Very suitable for pots.
This hardy tree is an exceptional option to clip into a topiary standard or ‘lollipop’. In 'wilder' garden settings it also works excellently as a screening hedge that can be tamed to any height desired. Can also grow into a dense shade tree.
This attractive, medium-sized shrub, with its glossy, dark green leaves and large heads of sweetly scented, small, white jasmine-like flowers is a treat for any shaded garden. The foliage is excellent for flower arranging.
Adds colour to the garden due to its cheerful foliage. A versatile shrub that can be used as an evergreen container plant or as a neat, low hedge or border . It can also be shaped into a sphere or pyramid. Tiny yellow flowers in late spring and early summer. Ideal coastal plant.
This compact thick evergreen shrub is widely used in landscaping and is ideal for hedging. It will probably create the densest hedge you will be able to grow and it is widely used in maze gardens. Prune regularly to keep shape and for compact growth. It grows on the slow side. Green beauty is a bit more heat and drought tolerant than other boxwood varieties. The dark green leaves may turn a tinge of bronze in winter.
A popular landscape shrub with beautiful, graceful branches and leaves that are often pure gold. Works well as a stand-alone shrub. Often used for hedges or mass plantings. Clusters of pale pink flowers from summer until late autumn.
An easy to grow and low maintenance, hardy shrub with leathery grey-green leaves and pretty cream white flowers from late Autumn. Dense rounded habit, ideal as a small hedge or can be cut to shape. Drought and salt tolerant, making it a good choice for coastal gardens. Water wise once established. Prefers well-drained soils.
A fast growing and decorative evergreen tree with a lovely bushy habit. Hawaii has large variegated leaves in dark green to grey-green and white. Ideal for pots when kept trimmed. A lovely addition to create height and structure in the garden. Prune to shape.
Ficus Microcarpa 'Hawaii' (Standard)
Cut to desired height & width
Sun to Semi-Shade
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