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A decorative tree that makes a lovely form plant with large bright green leaves crowded at the tips of the branches.
River grass prefers a wet spot and usually grows in sandy soils. Spreads by means of creeping rhizomes.
It has beautiful silvery-green leaves with red spotted undersides and a few bright orange leaves in the crown at most times.
Very hardy, evergreen, small to medium sized shrub with aromatic, grey leaves and is clump forming
This hardy tuberous, deciduous plant has attractive, erect, graceful foliage and spikes of golden star-shaped flowers.
This tufted grass has very attractive, pink culms and flowers. The lower leaf sheaths are almost purple.
This superb shrub is slow-growing and ideally suited to a small garden.
A hardy, densely tufted, perennial grass with slender leaves. The flower spikes are erect with very large golden, heart-shaped spikelets.
The Natal lily starts flowering in December and makes a very nice display in a shady, damp spot.
This genus can really be described as living fossils. It is ideal as a container plant.