Varieties Heavenly Blue , Blue star
This is one of the best Blue Flower ground covers available and is well know for its vibrant colour and good ground cover spread.This award winning plant which is evergreen and flowers from April to September will brighten up any rockery or container. It thrives in full sun and but will take partial sun. Lithodora will cascade over a rock wall on down a side of a raised bed if you plant it at a tilt on the edge.
Lithodora is a low maintenance plant that will not need much care. To ensure a healthy plant, create good drainage in the bed or in you container and feed well when planting. I would recommend a good slow release feed. This plant will on require further feeding if the foliage is changing to a lighter green. If required lightly prune back after flowering season to prevent your lithodora becoming twiggy.
Bee Friendly : Lithodora diffusa attracts pollinators, and it also looks fabulous in the garden. perfect
Grevillea lanigera ‘Mount Tamboritha' is an utterly charming, low-growing shrub that copes perfectly in a wide range of climatic conditions. This native of Australia resists every heavy blow that Mother Nature throws at it , from stormy coastal winds, to hot and dry summers to extreme winter cold. It is a superbly neat evergreen that only grows to a height of 30 to 50 cm, but can spread to a width of about 1,5 to 2 m. its dense and soft needle-like foliage and its toughness, make it ideal for planting over terrace walls and for filling gaps on slopes. It is also lovely in a rock and gravel garden.Flowers are spider-like clusters and can be red or pinkish-cream. Best suited for a sunny position
The Grevillea is considered valuable as a honeybee plant because it produces such significant amounts of nectar and pollen over a long period of time.
Iberis sempervirens is a well-loved perennial, whose deep green foliage and pure white flowers create form and color at the front of the border and lining pathways. ideal for a rockery spreading to about 2 feet and about 10 inches tall. Iberis sempervirens is one of the best low growing perennials to bloom in the spring
The perennial Candytuft blooms from April through June. There is good reason it has received the RHS Award of Garden Merit
Their fragrance will attract a wide variety of butterflies and bees. The attractive plant is fast-growing and very low-maintenance. Use the bright white flowers to highlight other colours in the spring garden! Perfect with the Lithodora and Grevillea