Ajuga tenorii valfredda 9cm
A great low growing Ajuga with mat forming habit and foliage that takes on a chocolate colour hence its common name chocolate chip Ajuga! In Spring delightful spikes of blue flowers which are good nectar insect magnets.
Cortaderia richardii 3lt
Densely tufted, evergreen, clump-forming perennial grass with long narrow, leathery, green leaves with a lighter midrib. Tall stems of dense, silvery or yellowish white plumes from New Zealand.
Dianella tasmanica Taz Red 3lt
Green scrappy leaves (40cm) forming a dense clump. The bases of these leaves have a red colour hence the cultivar name. Thin stout stalks emerging in Summer with attractive blue flowers similar to Solanums.
Disporopsis aspera 3lt
Solomon's seal relative with thick evergreen alternate foliage on arching stems to 30cm. Cream bell like flowers in Spring hanging down fro the leaf axils followed by dark fruits.
Large geranium from Azores and Canary islands. Cousin to Geranium maderense and has a very similar appearance but we find it to be a bit more hardy and is closer to having a perennial habit.
Reineckea incurva Crugs linear leaf 3lt
A very distinct form of this member of the lily family. rhizome creeping with tufts of long linear evergreen leaves and spikes of creamy/pink flowers emerging in late Summer.