Melianthus major is a evergreen shrub, This variety has large graceful aromatic blue-grey foliage. In late spring spike like racemes of deep red brown flowers are produced.
Muehlenbeckia axillaris, commonly known as a creeping Wire Vine. A low creeping evergreen groundcover plant, which forms a spreading mat of wiry stems clothed in tiny, rounded glossy green leaves - through Autumn and Winter the foliage takes on a bronzed appearance. In Summer tiny white flowers are produced followed by attractive white berries.
Muehlenbeckia complexa is a deciduous mound-forming shrub or twinning climber with wiry stems with tiny dark green leaves, white flowers and white fruit.
Small evergreen shrub with glossy dark green leaves and masses of fragrant white flowers in summer.
Myrtus romana compacta variegata, commonly known as a Dwarf Roman Myrtle. A beautiful compact, evergreen shrub which forms a dense bush of pale green leaves with a creamy white margin. In Summer masses of small white flowers are produced all over the plant putting on a showy display.
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.
Perovskia Little Spire is a deciduous shrub originating in the Meditteranean which forms an upright plant with silvery stems and foliage, from late Summer into Autumn showy branched spikes of blue flowers are produced which contrast well against the silver of the foliage.
Philadelphus Belle Etoile is a large deciduous shrub. A striking specimen plant with long arching stems and deep green foliage, in early summer large numbers of richly fragrant single white flowers are produced.
Philadelphus Dainty Lady is an attractive new hybrid raised by Peter Moore (www.bredbypetermoore.co.uk). Excellent for a small garden where its deep green leaves provide a perfect foil for the richly scented white flowers in June. Cut back immediately after flowering to encourage new growth which will flower next summer.
Philadelphus Virginal, also known as Mock Orange Blossom. Highly fragrant large clusters of double white flowers early-mid summer,
Photinia Little Red Robin is an upright evergreen shrub. Glossy leathery dark green leaves with bright red young shoots. Is a smaller compact version of \'Photinia Red Robin\' Produces panicles of small white flowers in spring. AGM
Photinia Louise is a hardy, evergreen shrub that was discovered on a nursery in Scotland and was named after the owners daughter. The foliage provides year round colour, the new growth is variegated with pink and rosy red markings maturing to green and cream variegation. In Summer flattened heads of white flowers are produced.
Physocarpus Diablo, also known as Ninebark. This classic dark foliage shrub was the first dark leaved Physocarpus. With dark foliage and free flowering habit, its a perfect addition to any garden! The angular foliage is a very dark purple, almost black and provides the perfect foil for the pale pink, almost white flowers.
Physocarpus Midnight, also known as Ninebark. This upright deciduous shrub was selected for its compact habit, dark foliage and free flowering habit! The angular foliage is a very dark purple, almost black and provides the perfect foil for the pale pink, almost white flowers.
Physocarpus Lady in Red is an excellent variety with strong upright growth and deep red foliage which is stunning in early spring and contrasts well with the heads of pinkish white flowers.
Pittosporum Tandara Gold is an attractive evergreen shrub with small dusky green leaves with a golden margin and wavy edge which contrast well against the darker stems, can be left to grow as a large specimen or trimmed to shape, it has a naturally upright habit growing eventually to 3m in height.
Pittosporum Gold Star, also known as Kohuhu. A New Zealand native plant which is an easy to grow compact evergreen shrub with a dense habit and striking green gold and yellow patterned foliage, in spring tiny purple scented flowers are produced.
Pittosporum Tom Thumb, also known as Kohuhu. A New Zealand native plant which is an easy to grow compact evergreen shrub. Tom Thumb is a fabulous compact form that grows into a dense mound, the light green young leaves turn dark glossy purple as they age, inconspicuous fragrant purplish flowers throughout spring.
Polygala africanus Nana is a compact evergreen shrub from South Africa which flowers throughout the year! It bears small, rounded mid green leaves which are an excellent foil for the unusual pink / purple flowers which are produced at the end of the shoots.
Polygala myrtifolia, also known as a Sweet Pea Bush. Erect bushy evergreen shrub with leathery dark green leaves. Produces racemes of purple pea like flowers from late spring through to late summer.
Prostranthera Silver Ghost, also known as Silky Mint Bush. A very attractive form with fine silvery, aromatic, evergreen foliage.
Prostranthera cuneata, commonly known as a Alpine Mint Bush. Dense evergreen shrub with a rounded habit the aromatic leaves give off minty scent when crushed, in May and June masses of small white flowers with yellow speckled throats are produced.
Prostranthera Mint Ice is a variegated Australian Mint Bush. Cream and green, aromatic, evergreen foliage. White flowers May-June. May need some frost protection.
Prostranthera Mint Royale is compact form of Mint Bush which produces a mounded dome of evergreen foliage with small deep green aromatic leaves, masses of unusual violet purple flowers are produced in in May-June.
Prostranthera Poorinda Ballerina, commonly known as Australian Mint Bush Evergreen shrub with an upright habit and narrow mid green leaves in May to June masses of pale lilac flowers are produced up the stems.
Pseudopanax Dark Star is a striking hybrid form of this prehistoric looking shrub from New Zealand. The unusual evergreen foliage is carried on upright stems, the leaves are trifoliate, deep green when young, darkening to a dark purple as they mature.
Pseudopanax ferox, also known as a Toothed Lancewood - a native plant of New Zealand which is a truly unique architectural plant bearing unusual long strappy toothed leaves which are reddish bronze and pendant when young, mature foliage rounded and dark green forming a round headed tree (after 20 years)
Pseudopanax Gecko Gold is a striking hybrid form of this prehistoric looking shrub from New Zealand. The unusual evergreen foliage is carried on upright stems, the leaves are trifoliate, deep green overlaid with a marbled pattern of white and golden yellow.
Pseudopanax Gold Splash is a striking evergreen shrub which originates in new Zealand. Highly glossy lobed evergreen leaves with a golden patterning which is strongest when the plants are in active growth, occasionally in autumn small clusters of white flowers are produced.
Pseudopanax Rangitira is a native plant from New Zealand where it is called Houpara. A compact bushy shrub with deep purple almost black palmate leaves which are darkest in full sun, this variety is a recent introduction and was selected for its compact habit and very attractive serrated leaves. In summer mature plants may carry unusual yellowish green flowers in compound upright umbels.
Pseudopanax Sabre is an evergreen shrub from New Zealand which forms an architectural shrub with an upright with thick glossy deep green lanceolate leaves and in late summer unusual upright umbels of tiny green flowers are sometimes produced. Best grown in a moist, fertile soil in full sun to dappled shade. Protect from cold winter winds.
Pseudopanax Trident is an upright evergreen shrub with glossy, leathery, dark green single, double or triple lobed leaves. Rounded clusters of small yellow green flowers in winter followed by purple/black non edible fruits.