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Abutilon pictum 'Thompsonii' is a flowering maple that produces masses of peach bells set off by the yellow-spotted foliage.
Acer 'Joe Witt' is an excellent snakebark maple with bold white, silver and green striations with red highlights that become more pronounced with time.
Achlys triphylla is a unique ground cover attractive to pollinators and hummingbirds. The dried three-part leaves smell like vanilla.
Peacock gladiolus (Acidanthera murielae) is topped in mid to late summer with large white flowers with purple-black centres.
Aconitum lamarckii (syn. pyrenaicum) is an unusual monkshood with long airy racemes of pale sulphur yellow tubular flowers.
The species that brings you kiwi fruit! A. deliciosa is a large, rampant vine that needs a lot of space in which to sprawl.
Actinidia deliciosa 'Jenny' is a self-fertile kiwi that produces fruit just like you find in the supermarket.
Actinidia polygama 'Hot Pepper' has orange-yellow fruit with a sweet and spicy flavour with green and silver foliage.
Actinidia polygama 'Pavel' is a good pollinator for females. It has fragrant flowers and silvery-white foliage.
Actinidia polygama 'Vera's Pride' is a good pollinator for females with fragrant flowers and silvery-white foliage.
Actinidia tetramera var. maloides has luscious foliage that is burgundy when young and later deep green tipped with white.
Andromischus clavifolius 'Indian Clubs' forms clusters of pointed, cylindrical, light green to yellowish green, red-mottled, succulent leaves on narrow stems.
Andromischus cooperi var. festivus forms clusters of plump, nearly cylindrical, succulent, grey leaves with purple blotches and lobed tips.
Andromischus marianiae Antidorcatum Group forms clusters of long, cylindrical, light green, pointed, succulent leaves with bold red spots.
Andromischus marianiae 'Herrei' is one crazy succulent with pointed, cylindrical, purple-red leaves completely covered in bumpy, warty projections.
Aeonium aureum (syn. Greenovia aurea) is known as green rose buds because, when dry, the leaves curl up into a tight rose bud like shape.
Aeonium aureum (syn. Greenovia aurea) 'Gran Canaria' is a large form of the green rose buds.
Likely Aeonium (Greenovia) dodrantale forming multi-branching colonies of small rose buds.