Agaves & Arids
Bananas, Gingers & Aroids
Cloud Pruned, Bonsai & Niwaki Trees
Gifts for Gardeners
Grasses & Grass Like
Half, Quarter & Full Standards
Hardy Palm Trees
Hedging & Screening
Pleached & Espalier Screening
Tree Ferns & Ferns
Architectural & Colonial Gardens
Patio & Courtyard Gardens
Screening or Lose Your Neighbour
Small Town Garden
Eriobotrya japonica 'Rose Anne'
Acer palmatum Dissectum 'Crimson Princess'
Buddleja glomerata 'Silver Service'
Euonymus fortunei 'wolong ghost'
Clematis armandii 'Little White Charm'
Skimmia japonica 'Temptation'
Polystichum setiferum 'Proliferum'
Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'
Succulents and arid drought resistant plants are amongst the most architectural plants available from the well known Aloes, Agaves or century plants to Beschorneria with amazing flowers the wonderful Dasylirion, Phormiums or New Zealand flax through to a whole range of Yuccas they are suitable many garden types often perfect for challanging sites such a windy coastal gardens, dry roof gardens, dry stony or sandy soils.
If you have ever seen a mature Fasicularia flourishing in a Cornish windswept garden with it's blue and red flowers and spiky lanceolate leaves you'll know why we love them so much!
Everyone's heard of Aloe vera, well there is even a close relative Aloe striatula thst is pretty tough outside here forming soft spiky clumps tops with red hot poker like yellow and green flowers.
With some many plants to choose from we have made a selection of plants we really like making it easy for you to choose for your hot dry sunny bed or container.
goldenflower century plant
Agave chrysantha A stunning narrow leaved Agave from central Arizona. It makes a beautiful structural plant with its blue grey leaves which form a single rosette. Ideal for a sunny position and quite happy in a pot it may need some protection from ...
'Mountain Agave' from high altitude forests of Mexico, this is one of the hardiest varieties, suitable for planting out in milder parts of the country such as coastal gardens, will survive the winter in well drained dry conditions. Montana has ma...