Azorina Vidalii

Azorina vidalii is an evergreen shrub growing about 30cm tall.
The plant is sometimes harvested from the wild for its edible leaves. It is also often grown as an ornamenta

Teucrium Betonicum

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.

Sonchus Fruticosus

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

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.

Melanoselinum Decipiens

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.

Erysimum Scoparium

Erysimum scoparium is a small shrubby perennial plant. It has stiff, linear to slightly pointed leaves. The flowers are arranged on upright stems. They darken to a purplish colour as they mature.

Echium Pininana

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.

Echium Webbii

E. webbii is a tender, bushy, rounded, evergreen sub-shrub, often grown as a biennial or perennial, with upright stems bearing lance-shaped, hairy, dark grey-green leaves and, from spring into summer, dense, spike-like panicles of blue flowers with prominent, pink stamens.

Echium Candicans

Echium candicans known as the 'Pride of Madeira' in its native Madeira is a beautiful short lived shrub producing amazing spikes of pale blue flowers up to 60cm long from late spring into summer. ... It forms a multi-stemmed small shrub up to around 1.20cm high and can produce 8 or more flower spikes a year.

cytisus racemosus

The Cytisus Racemosus is a hybrid, evergreen shrub with light green trifoliate leaves and fragrant bright yellow flowers. It is collected in long racemes making this the perfect plant for stunning bright yellow flowers in May.