What to plant this month

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.