One of the rarest and most spectacular of all Angel trumpet Varieties!
You'll simply be amazed at the sight of the eight to ten inch trumpet type blooms. The Red Angel Trumpet is a native of South America and is hardy in only zone 10. We recommend northern gardeners plant them in containers . . . → Read More: Red Angel Trumpet
This dwarf cultivar of Banksia ericifolia has fine needle-like lime green leaves and masses of scarlet red flowers. It has a more open habit than other banksias and is best used as a specimen for smaller gardens, and is also very useful for hedging.
Like many other Banksia, this variety is tolerant of drought, frost and coastal . . . → Read More: A Great Specimen For The Garden – Banksia ‘Red Rover’
Photinia glabra 'Rubens' is a dense evergreen shrub that reaches up to 5 m and is an ideal hedging plant that responds well to pruning. New leaves are bright red, showy and mature to dark green. This variety of Photinia thrives in full-sun to part-shade.
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Baby's breath spirea is a graceful shrub with a very fine leaves. The slender wiry branches arch outward and downwards, and form a multistemmed mound 1.5-1.8 m tall and about as wide. The semideciduous pale green leaves are a little more than 2.5 cm long and 0.6 cm wide, with a few coarse teeth along the . . . → Read More: Spiraea thunbergii – Baby’s Breath Spirea