Plant Uses

  • Accent plants

    If you want to create a visual impact in your garden, a well-placed accent plants is the easiest way to do it. Place one beautiful accent plant amongst a collection of hedges or groundcover plants and this one accent plant...

  • Aerial plants

    Aerial plants have roots above the ground. Aerial plants are often found in rainforests where competition at ground level for light and food has lead to their evolution. Aerial plants can live off other plants and trees....

  • Barrier plants

    Barrier plants are a great way to give your garden instant visual definition. Choose your barrier plants depending on what style of garden you are opting for, such as country cottage to smart city and the height you want...

  • Border plants

    Border plants are a great way to give your garden instant visual definition. Choose your border plants depending on what style of garden you are opting for, such as country cottage to smart city and the height you want your...

  • Coppice plants

    Coppicing is a means of plant manipulation and management where you cut certain woody plants nearly to the ground to allow light back into the garden or forest. This promotes the growth of other plants and allows for different...

  • Crevice plants

    Crevices are gaps between rocks where plants can grow while seeming to defy all odds. Crevices can be found in horizontal and vertical spaces. Crevice plants are a great way to add softness and old world charm to stone or...

  • Cut flower plants

    Cut flower plants are plants which can be cut and put in a case within your home. Cut flower plants are plants which you will find in your local florist and are generally native plants and those which survive well after...

  • Cut foliage plants

    Cut foliage plants are plants which can be cut and put in a case within your home. Cut foliage plants are plants which you will find in your local florist and are generally native plants and those which survive well after...