What to plant this month

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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Cabbage-palm (Cordyline australis ‘Sunrise’)

With the striking and vibrant colours, it resembles the African sunrise.  Narrow leaves with a reddish-pink mid-rib with pink edges. Registered Plant Breeders Rights.
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Geranium (Pelargonium grandiflorum Elegance® ‘Royalty White’)

A real show stopper, for plants that you can admire in your garden, covered with masses of White flowers with pink stains, in spring.
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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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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 (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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Pelargonium Grandiflorium

Pelargonium grandiflorum Elegance. A real show stopper, for plants that you can admire in your garden,  plant in a sunny to a partially shaded position.
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