Teucrium betonicum (Madeira Germander) - a small evergreen shrub to 3-4 feet tall when in flower and spreading just a bit wider to form a rounded dome of color. It has lightly aromatic sage-green 3 inch long narrow heart-shaped leaves that are scallop-edged and hoary on the undersides.
fruticosus is a vigorous, tender, evergreen subshrub forming erect, palm-like, grey-green stems, each bearing a rosette of large, lance-shaped, lobed, glossy, mid-green leaves and open, branching clusters of yellow flower heads in summer.
Phlomis purpurea (Purple Phlomis) – A sprawling shrub that grows 4-6 feet tall by as wide with upright stems bearing woolly, medium gray-green leaves and lavender flowers in whorls that rise just above the foliage throughout the year with a peak bloom in late spring.
An impressive monocarp with large evergreen, angelica-like leaves held on curiously nodded stems. Makes an impressive foliage plant before flowering with pink umbels in the spring. Dramatic in many ways including a superb winter skeleton on flowered plants.
Geranium reuteri is a large perennial herbaceous plant. The leaves grow in a rosette from a woody base or short stem and are up to 8 cm (3.1 in) wide with a long stalk (petiole). They are deeply divided into lobes. The flowers are borne on a branched inflorescence.
maderense is a robust but short-lived evergreen perennial or biennial to 1.5m, with attractively dissected leaves to 20cm in length and large panicles of purplish-pink flowers 4cm across, with darker centres.
Echium pininana is a stunning biennial plant from the Canary Islands. In its first year it forms a low rosette of silver, hairy, spear-like leaves, and then in the second year it sends up a huge spike loaded with small blue flowers.