Isoplexis Canariensis

Individuals of these species are small, evergreen plants growing into rounded shrubs up to 150 cm tall. The plant has lanceolate-ovoid leaves with toothed margins. The leaves are spirally arranged.

Geranium Reuteri

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.

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.

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.