This hardy shrub will not bowl you over, but it does have quiet charm.
It is easily grown but seemingly by very few people. It is the plant I am most often asked about here when it is in flower. Many horticultural boffins are defeated by it!
A bushy shrub up to 10' high and best grown against a sunny wall. It survived last winter in Kidderminster but has not yet been tested by a really nippy one!
The white-blue pea like flowers last for some time and the leaves can be made into a refreshing drink! (Known...
An evergreen shrub from New South Wales, best grown as a wall shrub here and even then probably quite tender. It has survived the last few winters here and has flowered well against a sheltered south facing wall near Kidderminster.
An attractive evergreen tree which has grown to 15' here against a fairly sheltered east wall.
It produces these lovely white flowers every February. It has survived for at least 25 years here and lived through some quite nippy winters, it deserves to be more widely g...