Don't underrate them.
Brazilian Walking Iris (Neomarcia gracilis).
A tough grass like plant for a shady spot.
This plant is great at filling voids. When the flower begins to die, the whole stem will fall to the ground and where it lands it will create a pup.
You can let it walk like this or once the new roots have formed, dig it up and place where you'd like it. Also, a great specimen for hanging pots.
It's that time of year when this wonderfully stinky specimen shows its face.
In limited quantities. Get in quick.
Pictured; Amorphophallus bulbifer 'Voodoo Lily'.
How's the weather?
Time to get gardening in the shade folks!
Pop in and have a chat about suitable plants for shady spots. We all need relief from this heat and when you have a shady garden you are guaranteed to have a cooler yard.
Broms and Tillandsias have landed!
A stunning new load of Bromeliads and Tillandsias have landed in the shop this week.
Salvia is my favourite companion.
Salvia's are one of the best companion plants for any garden. Everyday we catch native bees of all sorts making a meal of the pollen. Anyone who loves growing their own fruit and vegetables or you just enjoy the flowers, these are a must for your garden. They come in many different colours and if you plant a few, you will have flowers all year long. Super tough too and they live for years!