Despite being called a 'grass', Ophiopogon is in fact a strappy leaved perennial. It is one of the very few so called 'black' plants that are actually black - a year-round matt black backdrop, to set off bolder and brighter features.
This fabulously attractive, exotic plant is hardy down to -10C and very drought tolerant too! Originating in Chile, Fascicularia bicolour is a rare and unusual plant that forms an impressive and tough mound of long, thin, grey-green foliage.
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum) are small, deciduous trees prized for their graceful habit, autumn colour and beautiful foliage, and this colourful mix of three hardy plants will give you a riot of colour through the year.
A cracking new selection of the ever-reliable and easy to grow Escallonia, this lovely compact shrub combines glossy evergreen foliage with 4 months of summer and autumn colour from its notably larger blooms than most other Escallonia!
The tall, stately spires of lupins are a real summer garden classic, and this Hardy Lupin ‘Manhattan Lights’ will really knock your socks off and will make you the envy of your gardening friends and neighbours!
A superb summer patio plant, adding a tropical flavour to your garden or patio - their clear sky-blue flower clusters smother this informal, scrambling shrub, which works well in large pots with cane supports.