Index of Tender Perennials

Mixed Tender Perennials

The following selection of tender plants can easily be damaged by frost and low temperatures, so should only be grown outside once all danger of frost has passed in your area. They can either be replaced each spring or the more choice forms can be protected over winter in a frost-free greenhouse or conservatory.

abutilon red flowers

Abutilon
Indian mallow

aeonium

Aeonium
Tree houseleek

agave

Agave
Century plant

Arctotis flowers

Arctotis
African Daisy

Argyranthemum frutescens

Argyranthemum
Marguerite Daisy

Bacopa pink flowers

Bacopa
 

ballota

Ballota
False dittany

begonia red leaves

Begonia
 

bidens flowers

Bidens
Beggarticks

bougainvillea flowers

Bougainvillea
Paper flower

canna red flowers

Canna
Indian Shot

dahlia flower

Dahlia
 

fuchsia flowers

Fuchsia
 

Gardenia
Cape jasmine

Mandevilla
 

Oleander

Oleander
Rose bay

Osteospermum Flower

Osteospermum
Cape Daisy

Tender Geranium Flower

Pelargonium
Tender Geranium

Protea

Protea
Cape artichoke

annual salvia

Annual Salvia
AnnualSage

coleus red flame

Solenostemon
Flame Nettle

Gloxinia flowers

Sinningia
Gloxinia

verbena flowers

Verbena