While browsing Hurstwood’s interesting collection of plants, we came across some delights that you should consider.
Lychnis ‘Gardeners World’
A stunning rich deep blood-red double flower with fuzzy silver leaves. Tall requires good drainage and drought tolerant. Be daring with this vibrant plant.
Huge, lipstick-red blooms are offset by bronze foliage on this drought-tolerant beauty. Larger flowers than usual. Drought resistant and 48” tall.
An evergreen perennial of some stature to 4 m. The foliage grey-green, with red tubular flowers. It thrives in dry soils.
This is a medicinal plant native to South Africa. With silver grey foliage and blood red flowers it is a stunner.
Inga Edulis ‘Ice Cream Beans’
Kids delight with fluffy white seed coating that everyone loves. Suck or chewsand it tastes like vanilla icecream- smooth and sweet.As a bonus, this tree crop is potentially nitrogen fixing, grows from seed and grows quickly.
Growers of interesting and unusual shrubs and perennials
Victoria Thompson and Geoff Brooks
4 Rangitira Street
027 419 2328
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