PINK THRIFT 'SPLENDENS'. The 'Splendens' cultivar produces a rich rose pink flower on a bushy, evergreen, low growing shrub. Thrift is a dainty but tough little plant, ideal for mass planting difficult slopes.
This Thrift is a dainty but tough little plant, ideal for mass planting difficult slopes. It grows to 30 - 35 cm (10-14 in.). in height and carries the flowers on long stems above the foliage. A winter hardy perennial, it is easy to grow, is very drought tolerant and is ideal for difficult to maintain slopes, rock gardens or that small sunny spot.
Very rare fruit from north west china and asia minor. very similar to russian olive but the fruits are twice larger. deciduous tree to about 4-5m with silver foliage, creamy yellow fragrant flowers in spring, covering the whole tree followed by date like fruits in autumn.
Common Stonecrop. Sedums are very adaptable and only require sun and well-drained soils. They are ideal for rock gardens, pot culture, wall niches and mass planted as a flowering groundcover. They tolerate deer, rabbits, drought, heat & humidity, pollution, seashore (salt), slopes, wind and arctic conditions.
Anigozanthos gabrielae. The Little Wallaby Paw is similar in colouration to the Western Australia state floral emblem. Little Wallaby Paw. The entire family prefer a sandy loam soil that is free draining and take exception to wet feet.
Sandhill or Rattle Pod Grevillea. Grevillea stenobotrya. A native of the arid regions of all mainland States where it prefers light, sandy soils in a sunny, open position. The stem is erect with elegant branches supporting an open textured crown.