Ornamentals

Bougainvilleas are an appreciated asset in any tropical to temperate garden. They grow with relative ease, and always produce outstanding success. The floral displays which coats the whole scandent shrub, offers the some of the most intense floral impacts for the homeowner.
Also known as 'Rasberry Ice', this cultivar has variegated waxy leaves with cream margins and reddish new growth. Flowers are bright red on a compact growth form, and will impress any guest.'
A neat-looking type with underlying dark-green leaves, which contrasts it's purple coating of flowers which colours it's entire branches. Easy grower.
Erect growth form with variegated leaves and relatively mild thorns. Floral displays have white flower sports with separate red sports on the same plant, this differance is known as epigenetic variation. This cultivar flowers many times a year, perfect for colour usage in the landscape.
Also known as 'Snow Cap' this bi-coloured type has white and magenta recurring floral clusters on the same plant, which are very spectacular to own. Thorns are not so mild, so incorporate this cultivar into a nice-looking security-barrier.
This green-leaved variety, aso known as 'Tai Gold', has an upright style, which reponds well to pruning. Burnt orange double-flowers, fades to a pink, perfect cultivar to compliment a golden sunset...
One of the most popular varieties, green-leaved with a small growth habit, and recurring flushes of large red double-floral heads makes this a truly outstanding variety.
A green-leaved variety with flowing pendulous growth, and large flowers with textured megenta to red tones. This cultivar is excellent for growing over trellising in that villa-style landscape
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Also known as 'San Diego Red', vigorous loose-upright growth form, with sturdy canes. Flowers are large and conspicuous which are painted with an intense scarlet, which will impress seasonally.
Also known as 'Pagoda Pink', this cultivar has double-pink flowers which occur as recurring large bunches, good for lasting colour requirements.
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Intereting succulents that are living rosetted sculptures with a soft blend of greens, grey, pink, reds, blues and purple hues; which are perfect for windowsills and rock gardens. Place in full sun, but can be grown indoors in bright light. Protect from frost. Drought resistant and easy to grow. Truly A Must Have!!
This heavily rosetted type has grey-green leaves, with the leaf ends tipped with maroon on the margins. Striking yellow flowers on long stalks add an extra attraction to the succulent.
This Echeveria has v-shaped leaves-like a kayak, which stands verticle, bending back on themselves towards the top, which all are turquiose-green in colour. Overall shape is a rounded dome, getting taller with age.
One of the nicest of the Echeveria, metallica is a tight rosette of smooth spoon-shaped leaves of pink and blue-grey hues. Compliment this type with a lustrous pot, and crystals or ornamental stones covering the soil, to intensify any windowsill or table...
This one has army-green leaves which are contrasted by strongly coloured maroon margins and lines running along the leaves. Give it suffient water in spring and summer, but try to keep it dry in winter. Will grow in light shade indoors, but it can branch it's way to 50cm (20 inches), so trim it down to a desireable size.
Leaves are kite-shaped, of which lower/older ones being dark purple with hints of soft purple, and upper/new leaves are a striking purple-pink colour.
Compact type with sharply-wavey frilley flattish leaves, the lower older leaves are rosey-purple and newer leaves are a soft turquoise-green colour. Perfect for smaller containers as this Echeveria is small and neat.
These leaves are attractively swollen, just like a tear-drop, of which the lower leaves are turquoise and the upper leaves take on a soft rosey purple. Flower petals are bicoloured with purple-red interiors and pink margins. A large Echeveria, about a 30 x 30cm mound, with the overall effect conveying soft bubblegum-colours on smooth shapes-the right pot-plant for a baby's room.
Furry yellow-green leaves with distinct marron tips, but upper leaves takes on a uniform soft green, and are narrow and sword-like. Flower petals have a soft orange shade.
A dense furry rosette, which consits of lower leaves being golden-green, and the upper leaves are a soft green. The flowers are born on long pedicles, and quite notebly an intense crimson with soft orange interiors.
Can get quite big with a branching habit. Lower leaves are a peach colour, upper leaves are maroon with the leaf bases taking on a peppermint-green, but the majority of the foliage is marroon, especially when older.
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An Agave-like succulent with thin leaves up to 2.5m (8 feet) long, arranged in a basal rosette. Inflorescences are on a long stem up to 7m (22 feet) in length and contain bulbuls. Plant in full sun and water sufficiently-drought toletrant though, but protect from frost
The lustrous silky sheen of the petals makes all Lampranthus species highly attractive. These South Afrcan succulents are are drought resistant and can take considirable frost. Full sun is essential to open it's glossy white flowers, and give an occational soaking weekly. These plants need a well drained coarse medium epecialy in wet areas. Use in rockeries, borders, and are well suited as ground covers in harsh arid regions.
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This plants has the a very strongly variegated leaf. It is much more striking than any of the Agaves ,. which it resmbles.One of the best things about the plant is that the leaf point is soft and does not punture the skin if run into. This quality makes it an excellant patio plant or feature plant in a busy area. It grows well in contaibers abd can tolerate a wide range of soil types and sun levels from full sun to shade. It will tolerate a degree or two of frost.
Forms a mound about 60 cm wide and high (2ft). Drought resistant and frost hardy to about -20 C (5F). The variegated foliage is attractive and the plant is usefull as a speciman plant, in a pot, next to walkways etc. Grows in Full sun or part shade and tolerates a wide range of soils.
This small Yucca has soft flexable leaves without a dangerous point. They are well suited to a small pot on a patio or as garden plant in warm areas. They are drought tolerant and will handle a degree or two of frost.
Dianella tasmanica "Variegata" white:
This plant is easy to grow with a strong and attractive variegation in the leaf. It is drought tolerant but looks better with sufficient water. Small blue flowers in summer followed by turquoieze berries. Likes a rich soil. Because of neat growth habit is excellant next to water features and pools. Provide half shade in hot areas though does well in full sun in cooler areas. Hardy to about -10C (14F).
This evergreen shrub to 2.5m (8 feet), is known as the "Yesterday, Today, Tommorow" due to its flowers changing colour from purple-mauve to pale-mauve and then white on each succesive day. Flowers are highly scented and practicly cover the whole bush. Plant in full sun and water sufficiently.
Carissa macrocarpa 'Green Carpet' "Natal Plum" or "Noem Noem" or "Amatungulu"
Highly fragrant Jasmin-like flowers which produce bright red tasty fruit. It's a groundcover which needs trimming or it will revert back into a compact shrub which reaches 1m (3 feet) tall with a larger spread. This plant has vicious thorns which are perfect for an impenetrable hedge or carpet, for security purposes...
Dicksonia anactica "Tasmanian TreeFern"
Tree ferns always appear highly exotic, it comes complete with red fuzzy trunks with arching fern leaves, which originate from the top of the trunk, making it palm-like in form. Grows to 5m (15 feet) and fronds reaching from 1-1.8m (3-6 feet) and are more neat than Cyathea (Austrailian Tree Fern). Ideal for light shady areas, it will definently draw attention to these areas. Water well, and frost hardy to about -7C (20F)-but prefers much warmer condions-naturally..
Dionaea musciplua "Venus's Flytrap"
A carnivorous plant that is grown as a curiosity. It orginates from marshy areas poor in nitrogen, consequently it evolved obtaining it's nitrogen from dead insects that decomposes on it leaves-thus providing a good source for the mineral. Tiny 'monstrous' mouths are fringed with stiff outgrowths, quickly trap a landed bug via the triggerd reflex system. Give it lots of water with little to no fertliser, in a semi-shady spot and many mouths will forms. Try not to trigger the mouths, although it is fun...
Grewia occidentalis ":Lavander Starflower" or "Kruisbessie" meaning "Cross Berry"
A spawling shrub or small tree which grows to about 6m (19 feet), with starry flowers; pink to mauve in colour with prominent contrasting yellow stamens, which makes this shrub very pleasing. The fruit, interestingly enough, is square in shape with 4 lobes. Plant in semi shade to full sun, and give sufficient water.
Petrea "Queens Wreath"
Scrambling shrub with potential as a creeper, is covered by violet-blue flowers sprays in spring to summer. The flowers have two colour tones-making the flowering have intriguing depth and richness. It flowers best in warm climates with average water, and protect from frost.
Plumbago auriculata 'Blue' "Cape Leadwort"
This scrambling shrub to 3m (10 feet) tall and wide, is grown because of its masses of blue flowers, which dominates the bush in summer. It will withstand considerable neglect such as drought, wind, poor soil, harsh summers and pests. As with all scramblers, it should be trimmed periodicly to maintain neatness.
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Very attractive border plants, which have contrasting foliage, they add characture to any situation. These grass-like lilies are best gown in permanent moist soils, and semi shade to full sun areas.
A lovely dwarf version of Acorus Ogon that forms a compact mound 10-15 high and in diameter. The leaves are green and golden.
A medium sized sedge of approximately 20cm height , forms a compact mound and spreads. Leaves are green with gold variegartions . Can be grown in sun or shade and will tolerate waterlogged conditions as well as well drained soils. Is frost hardy.
This is one of the medium sized Carexes forming an upright mound of about 40-60cms. The leaves are light green and the sedge has a gentle soft appearance that ripples and shimmers in even gentle breezes. It can be planted in full sun or part shade and tolerates a wide range of soils and water regimes. It is shown at left as a finished product in a 16cm pot.
Carex forms an extremely compact and tight mound only about 10cm high. The effect of a group planting is of a coffee colored carpet. It can be planted in full sun or part shade and works well around stepping stones or anywhere else a neat low growing ground cover is required.
Carex frosted curls is a lovely dwarf carex with blue green foliage. The leaf tips of this carex are "frosted" white/tan and curl. The plant itself forms a mound of about 20cm.
NEEDS TO BE EDITED. In the adjacent photo the plant on the left is Carex Gallo Rojo it is taller than the others, about 50cm, with nice color and a curl to the leaf end. The middle plant is Carex buachananii with an intermediate growth form. The smallest of the Group is Carex Bronco which has a characteristic gentle curl to the top 30% of the leaf blade.
NEEDS TO BE EDITED. In the adjacent photo the plant on the left is Carex Gallo Rojo it is taller than the others, about 50cm, with nice color and a curl to the leaf end. The middle plant is Carex buachananii with an intermediate growth form. The smallest of the Group is Carex Bronco which has a characteristic gentle curl to the top 30% of the leaf blade.
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A very hardy perenial sedge. Usefull as a novelty plant especially in a pot. Can be invasive under moist growing conditions. Extremely fast growing.
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Also known as "Soft Rush" this plant is common in Florida. It can be grown with the crown under water or under relatively dry conditions. It is extremely adaptable and is common in most temperate regions of the world. It is a graceful rush reaching about 60-80 cm and the individual cylindrical "leaves" are topped by flowers or seed most of the year.
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These striking groundcouvers make excellent groundcovers, especially under trees where little will grow. Liriope is actually a lily and not a grass, this knowledge should aid the grower in success-lots of water, some shade and general maintance, will make these groundcovers look their best.

An easy groundcover which is generaly maintance free, and very versitile meaning it can take full sun to shade, well drained siol to moist, while tolerant of dry conditions, so grow it wherever its needed. blue flowers in autumn (fall).
Green foliage with variegated edges and violet floral spikes, this ornamental groundcover grows to about 30-50cm (1-1.5 feet), with a loose soft growth habit.
Good groundcover for full sun, can be grown in semi shade. Green leaves with golden variegations which turn white as leaves mature nice open gowths from verticle leaves which arch towards the tip-hense elegance.
This quality groundcover forms a dense mat, tolerates a variety of conditions from light levels to moister levels, preferably water this one well and grow in light-shade. lovely purple flowers on tall spikes are an added bonus...
Lavander-blue flowers in summer resemble hyacinth flowers, on lush green foliage to 30cm (1foot), or a little taller with the flower spikes. Also versitile, as with most Liriope, give this one densent water amounts, but not too much...
A spreading dence groundcover to 20-25cm (8-9 inches), with long grasslike leaves and small pale blooms. Perfect for cold climates where Ophiopogon japonicus wont grow.
A versitlie groundcover with lush dark-green leaves to about 60cm tall (2 feet), Plant in full sun or shade, and is good for mass-planting under trees or against walls, as it is versitile.
These groundcover-lilies which rememble grasses in form, are very attractive to situate in the landscape. Excellent for borders and contrast, in between rocks or paving, under trees or in containers by the pond; Ophiopogon will always excite the imagination. These unique groundcovers need plenty of water, can be grown in sun or shade, but protect from constant harsh wind.
This ophiopogon forms a tight carpet of deep green no more than 10cm high. It spreads slowly and can tolerate a wide range of soils. It can be grown in full sun or shade. Excellent around paving stones, as a border or even a groundcover.
A rhizomatous clump-forming type to 15-20cm (6-8 inches) tall with lush-looking grass-like green leaves. Slow to establish as a groundcover so plant at a high density.
A mounding plant of 30-40 cm diameter. It tolerates a wide range of soils and cliamate zones. I variegated with white stripes runned legthwise down the leaf blade. In the adjacent photo fully grown plants are shown.
This dwarf Ophiopogon is about as close to pure black as any plant I've seen. It grows in both full sun and shade. It enjoys an organic rich soil and befits from ample water. It can be used to great effect contrasting with variegated plants such as Liriope Sliver Ribbon. It also is very attractive as a neat ground cover or in large clumps.
Striped silvery-white leaves to about 15cm (6 inches), with mauve flowers makes a good groundcover or border plant. Ideal contrast with Ophiopogon 'Black Dragon'.
A non-spreading type that grows to 60-90cm (2-3 feet) grows best in semi to full shade, so its perfect for situations under trees where it wont take over other plants. Highly attractive metallic-violet fruit.
Homemakers who employ these stunning large shrubs in their garden are greeted by some of the most spectacular floral displays possible, which decorate and cover the whole bush. All hibiscus are sensitive to frost and tempratures below 2 C (28 F). Hibiscus typically flower in the warm months of the year ; generally, if the month has a 'R' in it.
Summer flowering to autumn (fall), with mottled red rounded individual petals. Upright in growth form to 1.8m (6 feet). this is a cold hardy cultivar, but protect from frost.
This cultivar reaches to 2m (7feet) with a rounded crown. The large plate-shaped flowers are golden-yellow, and complimented with golden highlights. Give this plant full sun to maximise floral performances.
Soft lemon-yellow flowers, which remembles an elegant ballroom dress. Fast growth to 1.8m (6 feet), a good choice to hide an unsightly wall.
Grows to about 1.8-2m (6-8 feet), custard-yellow large plate-shaped flowers with a magenta centre and a mauve halo surrounding the magenta- these colours are very intriguing for the imagination.
Stunning pink double-flowers which take on a soft wavey appearance. A medium sized bush that branches well, so it will always appear neat-looking.
A stunning type with wavey peach petals and magernta centre haloed by a thin strip of mauve, makes this plate-shaped large flower very eye-catching. Glossy dark green leaves adda formal feel to the tropical garden.
A tropical type, lovely bright orange flower petals that are wavey and with a pinkish throat. Semi double flower type that grows to about 2m (7 feet). Cant go wrong with this stunning type....
Peach-pink petals sourround the red floral column with bottle-brush like stamens-truly an exciting colour combination on these large Hawaiian-type flowers. It flowers for most of the year, but heavy floral development in the summer heat.
Compact growth habit , 1.2 to 1.5m (4-5ft) tall. Lacy green foliage turning yellow and crimson purple in winter. Responds well to shearing. Excellent mid-sized landscape plant lush summer foliage and bright winter (red) colour . Full sun to dappled sun. Very hardy.
Dwarf mounded evergreen , 0.3-0.6m (1-2ft), dense bright green , new foliage turning a solid red in winter . An improved Dwarf Nandina.very popular with landscapers . Full sun to dappled sun . Very Hardy.
A unique , mounding semi-dwarf Nandina 0.5 -1.0m (1.5-3ft) tall. Very lacy willow- like leaves with bright green spring foliage turning purple/red in the fall and winter. Excellent landscape plant in areas such as rock or Zen gardens, reflecting pools and mass plantings. Full sun to partial shade. Very hardy.
Very dense , upright . 1.2 to 1.8 m tall (4 to 6 ft). Deep green foliage. New foliage is bronze. Red berries grace older plants much of the year. Berries are a deeper red, very glossy and more abundant than on other Nandinas. Full sun to partial shade. Hardy. Uses include hedging, contrast plant, or positioning to show off attractive foliage and berries. Works well in a large container as a patio plant.
Attractive evergreen shrub with upright stems 1.5-2m (4-6ft). Lacy green foliage on distinctive branches. Branches emerge from the main stem at a very pronounced upward angle, with small leaflets, growing close together creating a very compact upright shrub. Excellent yellow/red winter colour. Very hardy.
Slow growing to 2.2m tall ( 6-8ft). Large leaves divided into broad, thick leaflets. New growth is maroon turning dark green during the warm season and then plum-coloured in the winter. Very Hardy.
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A medium sized Phormium standing about 75-100cm (2-3ft) in height it has yellow/apricot variegations on the leaves which are slightly drooping and soft. The leaves are somewhat more erect than those of Yellow wave which the plant resembles.
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Candy Stripe will stand 1-1.5 m (3-4 ft) tall. Deep green leaves with a lovely pink stripe at the edge. Leaves are generally stiff and swordlike when young and developing a drooping characteristic with age.
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A dwarf cultivar rarely exceding 50cm (1.5ft) in height. This variety can be confused under some growing conditions with Tom Thumb. But where as Tom Thumb has only a very narrow band of brown on some of the leaves, Jack Sprat has a much broader band of brown and in older leaves is completely, or nearly so, dark brown. The generaly effect of an older Speciman is of a plant which is much deeper and darker brown than other Phormiums.
One of the larger Phormiums, reaching 1.5m (5ft) or more in height. It has stiffly upright, sword shaped leaves with yellow varigations running up and down the leaves randomly, e.g. not confined to the edge as in Williamsii. A hardy (ro about -15 C or about 6 F) it can tolerate a wide variation in soil, and aspects. It works well close to the sea.
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A medium sized Phormium 75cm to 1m (2-3ft) in height with stiff swordlike leaves. The leaves are red, of a lighter hue than Rubra which has maroon leaves.
A medium to large Phormium standing 1.2m (4-9ft) plus with striking red, green and yellow leaf variegations and stiff swordlike leaves.
As can be seen in the photo on the right, all are dwarf varieties, seldom reaching more than 50cm (1.5ft) in height. Tom Thumb has green leaves with a very thin brown edge, Rubra nana has deep maroon leaves with a more drooping growth form than Rubra or Special red. Thumbalina is quite uniformly bronze or light brown.
A rathe large sized Phormium, nearly the same size as liniata, i.e. 1.5m (5ft). The leaves are not quite as stiff as liniata though also upright. The varigation is confined to the leaf edge and seems quite stable. This Phormium is also quite adaptable and grows well close to the Coast as well as inland. It is hardy to about -10 C (14F) or so.
This appears to be a dwarf sport (chimera) of Williamsii. It is generally only about 75cm (2.5ft) high and in appearance is generally like williamsii with the varigation confined to the outer leaf edge. But the leaves tend to be more prostrate. Also highly adaptable regarding aspect and soil.
Phormium Yellow Wave is a medium sized Phormium which forms a mound of 75 -100cm (2-3ft) in diameter. The leaves droop gracefully and are strongly variegated yellow. This is a very stable clone which rarely reverts or mutates to other forms.
Excellent container house plants which tolerate a variety of conditions from lots of water to little, full sun to full shade, with fluctuations in temperature and humidity. Will grow outdoors in a mild winter area, and protect from frost. These are drought tolerant plants, so water when needed indoors.
This cultivar has strong contrasting mottling, more defined splashes of pale on dark-green, than the standard Sanseviera trifasciata. Tall growing to 60+cm (2+ feet), the sword-like leaves are very striking for many purposes.
Much the same as the 'Black Coral' cultivar in form, except it has golden margins running along the leaves, which accentuates it's dark green mottling.
Almost bonsai-like for a Sansevieria, very short squat growth with typical striking mottling, excellent for small containers or where its growing in a pot where a greedy rooter like a ficus is in, which the Sansevieria will compliment.
Tall type, to 60cm (2 feet), with a wide variegated stripe on the leaf margins, similar to the 'Golden Coral' cultivar.
Short broad leaves arraged in a rosette-like clump to about 30cm. Typical Sansevieria colours-dark green leaves with pale static-like mottleling. Perfect cultivar were height is a limiting factor.
Broad short leaves to about 30cm (1 foot), with solid pale green leaves, and green on the leaf blades, which individualises the single leaves in mass planting. It is clump forming and very neat looking.
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A strongly structured tree, with a heavy sety trunk grows to 15m (45 feet), with a wider spread 5-20cm (2-5 inch) long leaves have a healing camphor aroma new leaves take on a pale red to bronze colour. Dont plant near paving or buildings and underground pipes as the root system will destroy it. Dont overwater and watch out for verticillum rot. Plant in full sun to semi shade.
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A special rare tree species found only on the slopes of the Table Mountain Chain in South Africa. Highly ornamental lush-dark green leaves, and the maroon-brown bark, makes up a pyramid shape. Slow growing to 20+ m (60+ feet), and can live for hundreds of years. Plant in full sun and water well. excellent choise for mountainous areas that are cool and wet-only half hardy to frost, but is wind resistant. Purple berries appear on female trees in summer.
A smallish deciduous tree with attractive drooping clusters of crimson-pink flowers, which appear out of the trees's woody branches in spring and drip with nectar; like its weeping or crying.This highly attractive South African tree, needs full sun and summer rainfall, and brings extra joy in spring...
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Dark green compound leaves with broad glossy leaflets, together reaching 70cm (2.5 feet) in length. The rounded crown sits on a staight wide trunk which can reach 30m (98 feet). Creamy white flowers in summer give rise to distinctive velvety capsules which split to reveal attractive black seeds at the end of summer. This tree is frost sensitive and should not be planted outdoors in these zones. it is versitile when it comes to light requirements; as it can be planted outdoors in full sun (with sufficient water of coarse), as well as indoors in full shade- makes a good potted tree.
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This variety is a true dwarf. It forms a compact mound of leaves about 10 to 20 cm (4 to 8 in. ) high. The flowers are supported by shorter stalks than is the case with Peter Pan, rising about 25-40 cm high. The flower head is full with many light blue florets on mature plants. Flowering time is early Spring to early Summer.It is the earliest of the Agapanthus we produce. It is hardy to about -3 C, and tolerates a wide range of soil types. It can be grown in full sun or light shade and is an excellent canidate for a 12-16cm (4-6.5 in.) pot. It is slower growing than some of the Agapanthus.
This is the deepest blue of any of the dwarf evergreen Agapanthus varieties. It has a compact, full head with many florets., packing a big "color punch" when planted in mass. It has a size about like "Peter Pan".
This dwarf agapanthus is slightly larger than "Fast Pete" and a bit smaller than normal "Peter Pan". It's leaves are about 20 cm long (8inches) with flower spikes about 40cm (16inches). There are more flower spikes per bush with more florets per spike than normal "Peter Pan". The flower color is about the same as normal "Peter Pan". Hardy to about -3C (27F).
One of the best dwarf varieties with thick, robust leaves forming a mound of +/-20 cm. Flowers are +/-30 cm in height measured from ground level. Flowers heavily in Spring to early Summer, with numerous flowers per plant. Flowers sporadically throughout the rest of the year. Flowers are pure white and borne in heavy umbils with numerous florets. Tolerates mild frosts and can be grown on a wide variety of soils and light conditions. Available as tissue cultured liners or divisions.
This variety is a true dwarf with leaves no more than 15-20cm (6-8inches) in height. It is strongly variegated and forms a neat compact mound. It rarely , if ever, flowers and is frost hardy to about -3 C (27 F).
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A midsized cultivar which flowers heavily in spring with pure white large bowl shapped flowers with many florets. The plant stands about 20 -30 cm tall with the flower head extending to 30-50 cm above ground level. A mature plant will have many flower stems, five or more not being uncommon. A strong display of colour in early summer results.
A midsized variety with leave forming a compact mound of 20-30cm. The leaves are less erect than Peter Pan. The flowers stand 40-60cm in height. The individual florets are much larger than most other agapanthus, perhaps 2 to 3 times as large as Peter Pan. This results in a very nice display of colour despite the individual heads having slightly fewer florets than some varieties. This is the latest flowering variety of the africanus hybrids producing flowers in mid to late summer. Tolerant of wide soil and water regime variations. Can be grown in full sun or light shade. Only hardy to about -3.
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Agapanthus praecox - Paarl Blue

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