Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Speck leaf’ green leaves with white specks, and the spathes are white. In a nutshell * Lovely cut flowers. * Grow everywhere. * Love water. * Stocks increase quickly.
This hybrid of the arum lily produces amazing leaf flowers with hints of white and soft green tints with no leaf flower the same.
Bold and dramatic, the common white arum lily still remains an all time favourite in local homes. The sheer perfection of each bloom, comprising of a white spathe encasing the inner spadix never ceases to impress.
This is an indigenous cut flower that continues to impress globally. Some form evergreen clumps of sword-like foliage whilst others are deciduous.
Tecoma capensis ‘Salmon’ has salmon-coloured flowers. Plant size about 3 x 3 m.
Tecoma capensis ‘Lutea’ is a smaller plant that grows to just slightly larger than 1 x 1 m. ‘Lutea’ planted with plumbago is lovely.
Tecoma capensis ‘Apricot’ has light apricot-coloured flowers. Plant size about 3 x 3 m.
Syzygium pondoense (Pondo water wood) is a scarce indigenous species, but with a bit of luck you might find one in a specialist nursery.
One of our best known indigenous plants that has established itself as a top quality cut flower all around the world.
Strelitzia juncea is a very sought-after species, but unfortunately also rather scarce and costly.