A new variety of pittosporum, with a compact and conical habit, requiring minimal pruning. Mid-green evergreen foliage, small fragrant purple flowers in spring and early summer. Enjoys full sun to part-shade and will grow well on most soils. Final height may be about 1 to 1.2m
Evergreen shrub with aromatic foliage. growing to about 1 or 2m in height and width. Small, ovate green leaves with a powerful aroma of mint when crushed. Masses of purple flowers in high summer. Happy in any well drained soil, including both sandy and chalky conditions. Not hardy, so best kept in a pot that is overwintered in a frost-free environment. Native to south-east Australia.
Hardy, spreading shrub, preferring dappled shade or sun in dry gardens. H:1-3m. Bristly, spiny stems and lobed dark green leaves. Attractive tubular fuchsia-like dark red flowers followed by orange fruits.
Very attractive shrubby perennial with heavily dissected grey-green leaves. Large delicate white poppy heads, with pronounced yellow yolks for centres, in summer. Full sun. Well drained soil. H: 1.5m. Vigorous.
Aromatic sun-loving shrub. Dark green foliage, dark blue flowers in summer. Cut back after flowering to encourage new growth. Best in full sun and moist but well drained soil. Many uses in the kitchen. H: about 1m
Japanese wineberry. Large, very attractive ornamental shrub with good foliage, red bristly stems, pretty pink blossom and bright red edible fruit. In other words, looks good all year ! Fully hardy. H: 2m