Oenothera African Sun, commonly known as Evening Primrose. A clump forming herbaceous perennial which forms an abundantly flowering mound bearing masses of small golden yellow flowers, unlike most evening primrose this variety blooms through the day.
Oenothera Siskyou, commonly known as Evening Primrose. A clump forming herbaceous perennial which produces narrow, spotted olive green leaves and prolific large satiny pink flowers with a lighter centre and a light fragrance, these are translucent in the evening sun.
Oenothera Twilight, commonly known as Evening Primrose. Deciduous herbaceous perennial with an upright habit bearing mid-green foliage with a distinctive purple - bronze central marking. All Summer long it produces prolific saucer shaped pink flowers.
Olearia Insignis, commonly known as Marlborough Rock Daisy. Spreading shrub with stout white felted shoots and bright silver foliage. All summer long stalked daisy-like flowers with single white flower heads and yellow centres are produced.
Olearia Moondance is a superb new variegated form of this evergreen shrub which originates in New Zealand. It forms a large shrub with large, leathery leaves which have a bold creamy variegated margin which give a dramatic effect.
Olearia Combers Pink, commonly known as a New Zealand Daisy bush. Heads of daisy-like pink flowers in May, These contrast well with the silver evergreen foliage.
Olearia x Scilloniensis, commonly known as a New Zealand Daisy bush. Hardy evergreen shrub with masses of white daisy-like flowers in may. These contrast well with the silver evergreen foliage.
Olearia Master Michael, commonly known as aNew Zealand Daisy bush. Hardy evergreen shrub with blue daisy-like flowers in May. These contrast well with the silver evergreen foliage.
Ozothamnus rosmarinifolia is a compact evergreen shrub with rosemary like, linear, dark green leaves which are small with a white fluffy underside. In early Summer dense heads of white flowers emerge from pink buds, these are fragrant and carried on the tips of the shoots.