A small growing grass long associated with the aesthetic of Japanese gardens. Ideal for a shady spot, which gets morning sun and isn’t allowed to dry out, or for planting in a pot in light shade. It makes a graceful plant with fine arching golden-yellow leaves.
A newly imported evergreen making a neat, tidy shrub well clothed with silver leaves. Small lemon yellow flowers are held in clusters above the foliage mound during summer and autumn. A tough, sun loving, drought tolerant plant.
Clouds of rose-pink bells are held on stiff 40cm tall stems over evergreen mounds of silver sheened plum veined leaves. More tolerant of drier conditions than many of its kin it will still need watering regualary during dry periods. Best planted in a lightly shaded spot.
This lovely shade loving perennial is grown as much for its beautiful fragrant flowers as for its large, handsome, glossy green heart shaped leaves. It can be grown in the garden but Hostas seem to do much better when grown in pots in Australia.
Bred in the magical city of Kyoto ‘Forever’ has magical double flowers, soft pink or soft blue depending on soil acidity. ‘Forever’ will flower from mid-spring until late summer. It is dwarf in growth habit making it suitable for small gardens and pots. Best in light shade.