Brunfelsia as a hedge. Distinctive purple flowers which fade over successive days, common name "Yesterday Today and Tomorrow". The effect is of a bush which has several colours of flowers on the plant at the same time. Fragrance is another bonus of this plant, which produces its main show of flowers in spring.
Huernia Oculata This unusual flowering plant belongs to the family of Apocynaceae. The plant produces small succulent stems. The stems can be used to propagate the plant. The plant is fairly easy to grow in well drained soil and dry climate. ffc
EASY AS propagate elkhorns Elkhorns are easily propagated from the rosettes that form on the front of the plant. With a sharp kitchen knife or similar implement, carefully remove one of the rosettes and attach it to a hardwood backing board. The plant can be nailed directly onto the board with flat-headed galvanised nails through 30mm washers. #aboutthegarden.com.au