2 x 2m. A lax evergreen shrub, bearing large semi-double yellow flowers in spring and early summer - and also, surprisingly, in autumn too in the last 2 years! Best grown against a sunny wall or fence. Has survived many hard frosts over the las 15+ years against a south-facing fence here in Hampshire!!
60 x 100cm. Upright, semi-evergreen, suckering shrub. Pretty pale violet flowers with yellow throats and purple spots in summer. Fertile, well-drained soil in part sun. Protect with a mulch in colder areas.
20cm. A succulent, with grey-green leaves and stems, coated in white meal, and producing sugar-pink flowers in late spring. Take care not to splash the leaves or touch them, as the meal will be spoiled. Good in a hanging basket, under cover. Keep just frost-free.
Formerly known as Senecio coccinilifera, an unexpected member of the daisy family!
Succulent grey-green leaves, producing a long stem bearing vibrantly bright orange-red flowers in summer. A tender plant, requiring just frost-free conditions in winter, but happy to be outside in summer.