A deciduous Berberis with a slender narrow upright growth habit. Grows to 1m high and 50cm wide. 'Pow Wow' prefers full sun and good drainage. Light green, splashed with cream foliage that is a vivid lime green in Summer with new growth. Autumn foliage is spectacular giving this plant its name 'Pow Wow'. Intense orangey pink to red tones adorn the upright spiky stems in late Autumn and early Winter.
A plant that veils itself in Spring foliage that is akin to a silver cloak. It is in fact white and green variegated foliage that can at a distance appear to be silver. Extremely tough. 1m x 60cm. Makes a wonderful 'impenetrable' hedge due to small thorns on the plant stems. The glorious Autumn foliage contains every colour of a sunset. Deciduous.
Considered to be one of the most attractive species within its genus, Buddleia crispa has the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit. Foliage is a silvery white in colour. Periods of drought intensifies the white felted coating which protects its leaves and stems. This coating extends to the flower buds which open to lilac pink flower heads in late Spring and Summer. Forming a medium to large shrub which can be clipped to great effect. Approx. 3m high x 2m wide.
Unique in form - twisting black branches which interlace with one another make this dwarf Corokia highly ornamental. Used extensively in New Zealand for hedges and contrast plantings. Full sun, frost and coast tolerant, the only climatic limitations are high humidity and poor drainage. Tiny yellow flowers cover the plant in Spring. Often referred to as Wire Netting Bush. This intriguing plant grows 1.2m x 1.2m, and has a multitude of uses including bonzai.