From each plant, tall, graceful stems shoot from the ground in spring and grow to almost 1 metre. The creamy spikes are formed on thin side branches off the main stems.
This tufted, hardy, evergreen perennial is impressive in mass plantings or borders along flowerbeds and paths.
This dainty deciduous agapanthus from the Drakensberg, is a good choice for gardeners in cold areas who struggle to grow evergreen agapanthus.
This Agapanthus has long-stemmed umbels of pendulous flowers and occurs naturally in very cold grasslands.
Ajuga ophrydis is a very unusual plant with beautiful blue flowers that should be interplanted with grasses.
This perennial dwarf shrub is very floriferous. It starts flowering early in Spring and it lasts into late Autumn.
This tufted, miniature blue iris is common on rocky outcrops, grasslands and moist areas. It has a very long flowering season, starting in Spring.
This very hardy plant makes a nice display when planted en masse and do best in a damp spot.
It requires morning sun as the flowers open in succession early in the day. It grows best in moist conditions near ponds or well-watered areas.