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a rare American conifer with dense crowded leaves and a conical crown
compact habit, pendulous yellow flowers with red calyces.
orange-red bell-shaped flowers
small, grey-green leaves. Yellow flowers.
(syn. 'Jardin en Face'). Deep green lobed leaves and green-hooded white flowers.
arching habit with finely divided green leaves
a striking variegated leafed form with the leaves mottled and edged white and pink. Needs to be grown in the shade to avoid scorching
excellent autumn colour, bright to purplish-red.
self-fertile kiwi fruit.
pale yellow flowers with yellow to pink throats. Deep green, glossy palmate leaves turning red in autumn
white flowers. Leaves turn chocolate-brown in autumn
pale, cream flowers in spring. New leaves have coppery tint. Bright red in autumn
dark grey-green leaves and pure white flowers
large flowers of lilac blue with a darker stripe, opening from purple buds
(syn. Diosma puchella) - Small pink flowers
New Zealand native with a dense head of shiny lime-green leaves with saw-tooth margins. The bark is black
a new introduction with bicolour flower spikes of orange-pink and cream
small green flowers followed by purple berries turning black when ripe
profuse pale pink flowers
grey-green leaves and small white daisies.
a profusion of pale yellow daisies throughout summer.
a fantastic foliage plant forming a mound of golden-yellow leaves. Small white flower spikes and purple berries
vicious spines pretty much all over, deserving of the common name devil's walking stick
(syn. Aristolochia altissima) - Evergreen climber with glossy heart-shaped leaves. Pitcher-shaped dullish-red flowers with a bright yellow throat
a tenderish multi-stemmed evergreen shrub, with lustrous green leaves. Black berries on female plants. Suitable for maritime exposure
long, narrow leaves sparsely speckled with yellow. Purple flowers
bronze-tinted new leaves. Orange-yellow flowers from red buds.
(Alexander Hill) - reddish-orange flowers and spreading habit
large wavy white petals, occasionally flecked pink
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