Wildflower mix - starts to flower in spring with Cowslip, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Lady’s Bedstraw, Rough Hawksbit, Red Clover, Oxeye Daisy, Yellow Rattle, Meadow Buttercup. Followed through the summer and into Autumn with Selfheal, Sorrel, Tufted Vetch, Knapweed, Toadflax, Musk Mallow and Ragged Robin. -

Wildflower mix - starts to flower in spring with Cowslip, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Lady’s Bedstraw, Rough Hawksbit, Red Clover, Oxeye Daisy, Yellow Rattle, Meadow Buttercup. Followed through the summer and into Autumn with Selfheal, Sorrel, Tufted Vetch, Knapweed, Toadflax, Musk Mallow and Ragged Robin. -

abc-of-gardening:  Fynbos on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/77548563/via/ninke_v

abc-of-gardening: Fynbos on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/77548563/via/ninke_v

South African Garden, Olympic Park, London,UK. South African grass (Themeda triandra) and a New Zealand sedge (Carex testacea), with bumps of Diascia and other herbs and many emerging species.

South African Garden, Olympic Park, London,UK. South African grass (Themeda triandra) and a New Zealand sedge (Carex testacea), with bumps of Diascia and other herbs and many emerging species.


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I love this combination! The red Leucadendron, possibly 'Winter Red' and the Phormium  really pop among the greens and blues of the agave, aloes, and palms.

I love this combination! The red Leucadendron, possibly 'Winter Red' and the Phormium really pop among the greens and blues of the agave, aloes, and palms.

South African and companion plantings at Laguna Ranch. Designing with History and the Land by Janet Enright & Jeff Rosendale

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South African and companion plantings at Laguna Ranch. Designing with History and the Land by Janet Enright & Jeff Rosendale

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