RAMM BOTANICALS -
Maybe a whacky name but this is a serious ground cover.
Has beautiful colour contrast between its silvery foliage and bright yellow, button-like flower clusters.
The newest succulent to the range, Sunflare shows off iridescent purple flowers in abundance atop short, green succulent foliage. A perfect complement to Disphyllum Sunburn.
A beautiful garden performer to 70cm high, this hardy plant is perfect for tough areas that you're struggling to fill!
Has slim, upright foliage and handles temperate extremes in less than optimum soils.
A robust and attractive Dianella with an immensity of strappy green foliage.
Attila Kapitany, has crossed a South African and Australian succulent to produce this intergeneric hybrid called Sunburn.
NEW IN 2016! Sunpeach offers the hardy qualities of Sunburn but with a new colour break! Peachy tones complement the bottle-green fleshy foliage for the warmer months of the year!
NON-INVASIVE! Montezuma is a clumping plant that features large, boldly striped, double flowers set against neat, mid-green foliage. A beautiful combination!
NON-INVASIVE! Sahara produces generous numbers of double, yellow flowers atop grey-green foliage. An excellent field performer!
NON-INVASIVE! Sunset Jane is a clumping-style of plant with large, dark honey coloured, double flowers that contrast beautifully against grey-green foliage.
This heat-loving plant produces relatively large, bright yellow flowers throughout the warmer months of the year
An upright form of Hardenbergia that produces a spectacular spring floral show of intense, purple, pea-like flowers. on a hardy, evergreen plant.
A quick and dense growing ground cover that is smothered in dark purple flowers in late winter/early spring, creating a 'Sea of Purple'.
An impressive new Lomandra to the Ramm range by Provincial Plants. Strong, tough, mid-green foliage perfect for the low-maintenance garden. Large clusters of golden yellow flowers appearing in the warmer months of the year.
A compact plant with a symmetrical growth habit that stands just half a metre tall.