What to plant this month

Blue Echeveria (Echeveria secunda)

Echeveria is a large genus of succulent rosette like plants that are spectacular in flower beds and pots. They are evergreen and very rewarding.
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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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Fountain Bush (Russelia equisetiformis ‘Fire Cracker’)

A weeping shrub that, when in full bloom, looks as if it is raining flowers. These slender, red, tubular flowers appear in summer and hang on the plant like little fire crackers during most of the year.
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Lily of the Nile / Nyl Lelie (Agapanthus Buccaneer)

The true treasure chest of all. An exceptional medium size, fast growing Agapanthus with prolific dark blue, complemented with a purplish vein.
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Straw flowers (Bracteantha Mohave™ Series)

Bracteantha are commonly known as ‘straw flowers’ or ‘everlastings’. Planting them will ensure a bright long lasting display of summer colour for garden beds and pots.
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Blue Potato Bush (Solanum rantonnetii ‘Montreux’)

Solanum Montreux is superb garden filler with its bushy growth and blast of colour in spring. This evergreen becomes covered in rounded blue-violet flowers with yellow centres in the early summer months and is a strong grower.
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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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Hibiscus Graff

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis longiflora Adonicus var. ‘Adonicus’ (N) ZA 20155888 The perfect island dream. Spectacular long lasting pink flowers with a darker pink eye.
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Mandevilla Sundaville ® Cosmos White var. ‘Sunmandeho’

The Sundaville® Cosmos White (Sunmandeho) is a real vigorous climber. This mandevilla with super big flowers blooms non stop and is perfect suitable for pots, balcony boxes.
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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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Spanish Lavender (Lavandula stoechas. ‘Blueberry Ruffles’)

Lavandula is the genus name for what we all know as Lavender. A wonderful hardy plant that is actually related to the mint family and is mostly endemic to countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea.
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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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New Zealand Rock Lily (Arthropodium cirratum)

Also known as the Renga Renga Lily The New Zealand Rock lily is well known not only as a perfect shade plant but also as an excellent coastal plant when planted in the shade.
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Columbine (Aquilegia ‘Songbird’)

This compact plant has eye catching, darling bell shaped flowers from in an assortment of colours. It flowers from Spring to Autumn, enjoys semi shade and reaches a height of 50cm.
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tanika

Tanika (Lomandra longifolia)

Tanika Lomandra has been introduced in landscapes across South Africa recently. An evergreen improved compact fine leaf form, this low maintenance plant is perfect for landscape professionals and gardeners alike.
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Braai Rosemary

Barbeque Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Barbecue’)

Barbeque Rosemary is a “must have” evergreen for any South African garden! It is a fast growing herb, with aromatic, spiky dark green leaves and has strong, straight stems, It is a culinary and medicinal herb that has a good flavour, making it perfect for barbeque skewers! 
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Spekboom (Portulacaria afra)

Also known as Elephant’s food/the Pork bush, Portulacaria afra is a succulent shrub with small rounded leaves and a contrasting red stem.
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Delosperma

Klipvygie (Delosperma cooperi)

Delosperma belongs to the Aizoceae family commonly known as ‘Vygies’. Delosperma cooperi are known as ‘Klipvygie’ or ‘Coopers Ice Plant’ and are indigenous to South Africa where they are mainly found in the drier parts of our country.
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Fairy Bells (Dierama pendulum)

A wonderful juxtaposition occurs in the Eastern Cape veld from spring to early summer. Graceful wedding bells or African hairbells start peeking through the brown shades of veld, little treasure mounds of green and mauve that are a sure sign that warmer weather and picnics are on the way!
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Parrot’s Beak (Lotus berthelotii)

The parrot’s Beak Lotus berthelotii is endemic to the beautiful Canary Islands; however these beautiful plants are thought to be almost extinct in the wild.
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