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  1. Plectranthus species Victoria Falls

    Plectranthus sp Victoria Falls is a fairly hardy, evergreen, fast-growing, flat, creeping groundcover. It has rounded, quite crinkly, glossy leaves that are slightly succulent.

    The pretty spikes of lilac flowers are borne in autumn and it attracts insects and butterflies to the garden.

    It makes an attractive groundcover in rockeries and is also lovely cascading over walls or in a hanging basket.

    Plant in well-drained compost-rich soil in semi-shade or shade.

    Size: Up to 20cm

  2. Gazania rigens uniflora

    Gazania rigens uniflora is a hardy, evergreen, drought resistant, creeping groundcover with attractive glossy green leaves.

    They are free flowering with beautiful, large clear yellow flowers which are borne from August to February.

    The flowers close in low light so they need to be planted in full sun. Remove the dead flowers to promote a long and floriferous flowering season.

    Needs well-drained soil.

    Ideal for rockeries and containers and for stabilizing soil on banks.

    Size: 15 to 30 cm

  3. Gazania rigens leucolaena Pink

    Gazania rigens leucolaena pink is a hardy, evergreen, drought resistant, creeping groundcover with attractive silvery-grey leaves.

    They are free flowering with beautiful, pink flowers which are borne from August to February.

    The flowers close in low light so they need to be planted in full sun. Remove the dead flowers to promote a long and floriferous flowering season.

    Needs well-drained soil. Ideal for rockeries and containers and for stabilizing soil on banks.

    Size:15-30cm