Stunning new form of perennial Iberis. Candytuft is a spring-blooming favourite, often seen cascading over rocks and walls, or used as a groundcover. The glossy, evergreen foliage forms a perfect mound. This improved selection produces narrow, green leaves and masses of flat clusters of large, pink flowers with small dark-pink centres, spring through fall. Thrives in poor soil, is drought tolerant once established and attracts butterflies. Excellent for the border and in containers. Prefers a well-drained site, so avoid heavy clay soils.
IMPREBA - Imperata cylindrica Red Baron
This brilliant red foot-high grass is instantly recognisable. It develops its brightest blood-red colouring when grown in full sun and is best seen where the sun is behind it the translucent foliage brightens Since the soil is likely to dry out rapidly in this situation, it really is vital to ensure plants grow in very humus rich soil and remain moist enough in summer - otherwise they slowly fade away. Plant in groups of three or five to make the most effect in a large area.
IRIFORT - Iris ensata Fortune
This stunning Japanese Iris Fortune has the most striking flowers in rich purple with white falls delicately into striped mauve. They provide a glorious display in early Summer and look fantastic grown by a pond or water margin to reflect in the water. Likes moist conditions and perform best in rich slightly acidic soil. The green leaves are a magnet for emerging dragonflies and other pond insects. Grows to a height of about 34 "