Posted: 06/09/2016 at 13:12
If hot and sunny lavendar would look good there but prob too shady
however, a couple of dwarf evergreens would fit in too......a "hedge" of 3 pittosporum Tom Thumb would be evergreen, delightful shiny black foliage in winter turning more maroon red in spring and summer.
or 2 choisya White Dazzler. This is a relatively new dwarf form with amazing orange/vanilla scented flowers in late spring and early summer. Aromatic evergreen foliage that can be clipped if necessary
or 3 euonymous Emerald n Gold. Evergreen and very attractive. Easy plant
an unusual evergreen to consider if its free draining there is Diosma (coleonema) Sunset Gold. Nicknamed Breath of Heaven. Beautiful small shrub with bright moving tactile foliage....moves like a grass....with pinky white flowers in spring. The foliage has a minty/pine/citrus aroma. planted with the purple pittosporum or berberis atro nana or blue grasses like helictotrichon it would look good
Last edited: 06 September 2016 13:15:29