What to plant this month

Gazania Family

‘Treasure Flowers’ – Gazania Family

The Gazania family is yet another of South Africa’s indigenous gems that provide unbeatable colour. They are known as ‘Botterblomme’ in Afrikaans and are often referred to as ‘Treasure Flowers’ in English.
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Abelia ‘Francis Mason’

Abelia ‘Frances Mason’ – Lovely foliage plant, with bright golden foliage, such a versitile plant, suited to any garden, sun, hardy, containers, beds, topiary or box hedges.
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Abelia Francis Mason Patio

Abelia Francis Mason Patio Standard

Masses of small and long lasting, white, trumpet-shaped flowers appear on the branches in summer. Hardy and ideal for growing hedges.
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Abelia Lemon and Lime

  The golden wonder, with lime foliage that turns to a rich golden yellow colour with reddish undertones in cold temperatures.
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Abelia x grandiflora Kaleidoscope

The new variegated growth emerges bright yellow with a light green center throughout spring gradually turning to golden yellow with a deep green center into the summer months.  
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Agapanthus

Perennial garden hybrid
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Agapanthus ‘Great White’

The gentle giant, with super large white flower heads that re-bloom in summer. Very compact attractive foliage. Mature plant size may vary due to growing conditions and climate, +/- 50cm x 50cm.
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Agapanthus ‘White Ice’ (Agapanthus africanus)

The word Agapanthus is interestingly derived from the Greek words ‘agapѐ’ meaning love and anthos meaning flower. Agapanthus enjoys full sun or semi shade where they should be planted in well drained soil.
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Agapanthus (Agapanthus africanus ‘New Blue’)

The word Agapanthus is interestingly derived from the Greek words ‘agapѐ’ meaning love and anthos meaning flower. Agapanthus ‘Zambezi’ brings a whole new dimension to these ‘love flowers’ with their striking broad variegated leaves and violet flower heads.
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Agapanthus oriantalis ‘Queen Mum’

Elegant large flowering plant with beautiful bi-colour blue and white flowers on the outside of the petals and pure white on the inside.
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Agapanthus praecox ‘Zambezi’

The word Agapanthus is interestingly derived from the Greek words ‘agapѐ’ meaning love and anthos meaning flower. Agapanthus ‘Zambezi’ brings a whole new dimension to these ‘love flowers’ with their striking broad variegated leaves and violet flower heads.
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Aloe arborescens

  Aloe arborescens is a hardy, easy to grow garden shrub. It has exquisite bright flower heads in bright orange or lime yellow which are borne in profusion during the colder months of June and July.
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Aloe Ice Cream

This small Aloe has attractive bi-coloured pink to creamy white flowers.  It is a medium to fast growing Aloe. Well suited to small gardens, mass planting as well as container gardening.
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Aloe Peri-Peri var. ‘Peri Peri’

A dramatically long flowering period, with its masses of sizzling hot orange-red flowers. Small suckering aloe. Ideal for mass planting as well as containers.
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Aloe Porcupine A very attractive compact aloe

A very attractive compact aloe
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Aloe Sea Urchin™ var. ‘ANDsea’ PBR

Vibrant orange flowers on short stems in late winter. Sculptural plants with succulent leaves. Attractive flowers on long stems. Drought resistant.
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Angelonia angustifolia Waterfall Mix

Angelonia or summer snap dragons are perfect for hot summer gardens. Their cool and refreshing colours range from lilac to purple and then to white.
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Anthurium Andreanum

  Put in a little and get back a lot! Light: Medium: Soil can dry out moderately between watering. Watering:  DO NOT OVER WATER.
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Arctotis Red Radiance

  Arctotis or African Daisy is a proudly South African variety of ground cover. It provides large and colourful daisy-like flowers that range from pink to red, yellow and burnt orange…..  
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Argyranthemum Madeira

Argyranthemum are without doubt one of the all time classic garden favourites! With a wide variety of colours and cultivars available, there is without doubt, a variety to suit each individual preference in almost all sunny locations.
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