Although these are excellent footprints, the tips are by no means an exhaustive listing. Featuring a variety of color, shape and dimensions, these shrubs if properly implanted in favored conditions, will reward your efforts with years of trouble free performance.


searching for fantastic golden yellow cascading foliage? An elegant compact clumping plant with weeping foliage, this exciting plant with striking golden yellow central stripes, this is the plant for you. A profusion of white star shaped flowers are produced in clear clusters from mid-Spring followed by appealing large yellow berries in Autumn. Libertia Goldfinger is a beautiful plant and is best to offer year round interest in the perennial border or as a colourful low maintenance container or pot on the deck or terrace.

Santolina Lemon Fizz

this plant is fizzing with color. Ideal in most gardens, easy to grow and ideal to combine with other patio plants for Spring, Summer and to Autumn. This plant is sure to bring any screen to life, preferring full sun or partial shade in free draining soil. Height and spread 15cm x 30cm, Santolina Lemon Fizz, is fabulous because of its striking colour in blended planted shrubberies and containers.

ralphii Multicolor

is an evergreen shrub grown for it foliage. With little puckered leaves edged light yellow with older foliage tinged pinkish red. Reaching a height and spread of approx 1.5m 5 decades, best planted in a sheltered place in sun or semi-shade using a moist well drained soil. Makes a terrific backdrop for more compact forms.

Hebe Purple Shamrock

this bushy evergreen Hebe is a excellent asset in any garden. The plant of Irish origin can grow up to 60cm, and at the Summer that the leaves turn a wonderful bright gold and at the Winter and Spring the leaves turn reddish or purple. In early Summer the plant produces beautiful purple blossoms. The Hebe Purple Shamrock is a reasonably hardy plant grower with a exceptional leaf motif.

Marjorie Congreve

also called the Pepper tree, with olive-yellow foliage color edged and shaded shrimp pink. Pseudowintera is a small to medium size tree reaching a height of approx 2m. Ideally grown in a sheltered spot in full sun or partial shade, in moist but well drained soil with neutral to acidic conditions.

Pieris Japonica Katsura

a relative newcomer to the Pieris range and originating from Japan. It’s striking, deep wine red climbing tips. The plant produces clusters of pink flowers with red calyxes in early Spring. The plant reaches a height of approx 60cm and is ideal in the garden or on a balcony or patio. Plant in ericaceous soil, in full sun or partial shade.


offered in a selection of attractive colours including mottled gold, mottled silver and green yellow edge, is an ideal plant for the garden, or in a container or balcony. Grow in direct sunlight or partial shade, the plant is perfect by itself or within a group and reaches a height of approx 30cm-50cm.


is a compact growing hardy evergreen shrub flowering from May with attractive white blossoms in open sprays which provide a superb contrast with the dark green foliage. Because of its compact growth habit and wholesome look, makes it a really popular choice as a lone plant or a potted plant on terraces and balconies.

Tom Thumb

is an evergreen rounded dense shrub with light green young foliage turning purple as it evolves. Purplish cupped shaped flowers are borne in July. Growing to approx 1m high, ideally planted in a sheltered place in sun or semi-shade, and in a moist but well drained soil.

Convolvulus cneorem

a striking silver foliage shrub that produces several white flowers during the summer. Trim after flowering to keep compact form.


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