A mix of sun and shade
This steep bank mixes sun and shade species, from aloes and groundcovers, to bulbs and shrubs. This is a great no-mow option for a bank.
This beautiful, long-flowering groundcover is one of the best plants for a sunny wall garden.
A long, narrow wall bed
At the top of the stairs, Senecio barbertonicus fills in the tight space with leaf cover from the soil up. Leonotis leonurus is tall enough to show its fluffy orange flowers above the cement railing.
Aloe vanbalenii and Euphorbia grandicornis at back, fronted by the low-growing Othonna carnosa and large flat leaves of Kalanchoe thyrisflora.
A Winter Show
Aloe ferox, Dietes grandiflora, and Pelargonium tongaense are a water-wise and easy-care combination.
Hot sun brings out the gorgeous scents of this species.
A sunny mix
Lampranthus aureus, Barberton Daisies, and Imperata cylindrica mass together for a grassland effect in this large, sunny raised bed.
Neat and minimal?
Static form plants, like Aloes, Cycads and Cotyledon orbiculata, hold their space in this raised bed. A beautifully constructed pole wall separates the bed from the gravel floor below.
A Stone Display Case
A boulder wall provides a neat, elegant display case for a Cycad collection.