Cistus laurifolius, commonly called Laurel leaf Rockrose is a tall upright evergreen shrub with dark green shiny leaves and clusters of pure white paper-like flowers with yellow centres.

Cistus crispus, commonly called Curled Leaf Rockrose or Curly Pink Rockrose is a small bushy rounded evergreen shrub with grey-green leaves and clusters of pink flowers that have a crumpled tissue paper appearance.

Cistus ladanifer, commonly called Gum Rockrose, is a large erect evergreen shrub with dark green glossy leaves and solitary white flowers usually with a dark marron spot at the base of each petal, and a crumpled tissue paper appearance.

Cistus creticus, commonly called pink rockrose or Cretan rockrose, is a bushy, rounded evergreen shrub with light green wavey margined leaves and terminal clusters of purple-pink flowers with a crumpled tissue paper appearance.

Cistus albidus, commonly called grey-leaf cistus or white-leaf rockrose, is a bushy evergreen shrub with tough greyish-white hairy leaves and fragile lilac-pink flowers that have a  crumpled tissue paper appearance.

Achillea umbellata, commonly called Umbellata Yarrow, is a small evergreen or semi-evergreen herbaceous plant that forms pretty silvery cushions.

Psephellus bellus, previously known as Centaurea bella is commonly called Caucasian cornflower or Evergreen knapweed.

Myrtus communis, commonly called Myrtle, is an erect, bushy evergreen shrub or short tree. With small,, shiny dark green leaves and abundant showy white flowers followed by bluish-black berries.