This has been a really successful plant, it's a red salvia. I grew it from a tiny cutting and it's obviously one tough baby as I am pruning it back regularly now, such strong growth. The flowers are full of nectar so the bees and birds love it.
The two passionfruit vines have gone absolutely mental, putting on massive growth and I reckon there are at least 25 fruit, which is pretty good going as I planted them quite late, only a couple of months ago. They are the non-grafted Nelly Kelly, we didn't want a repeat of growing the grafted one in Perth, where rogue runners of the root stock kept sending up useless vines all over the place. I'm not sure if this crop will be any good though, as the weather is cooling off quickly now, so they may not ripen. Fingers crossed