Known as Boston fern, sword fern or herringbone fern, extremely easy to care for, it does not perish in poor soils or for a long time in pots. Magnificent even in very deep shade.
Evergreen succulent, with variegate leaves; It is a perennial ground cover, for xeriscaping, resistant up to -10 ° C. Flowers like "daisies" with threadlike petals, intense fuchsia color.
It is a magnificent evergreen succulent ground cover, resistant up to -10 ° C, re-flowering all year round in mild climates, or from spring to autumn in colder climates. Flowers like "daisies" with threadlike petals, intense fuchsia color.
Compact sage, incredibly re-flowering from May to September. Very dark purple-blue flowers as in the photo, it attracts butterflies and pollinating insects useful for vegetable garden and garden, for the whole season.
Ornamental grass that blooms in the middle of summer with pink flowers, which gradually change to burgundy-tinged cream, remain beautiful even throughout the winter. Similar to Muhlenbergia capillaris it has lighter colored flowers, larger, and is more adaptable by tolerating various soils and exposures. Magnificent alone in pots, as well as together with...
Perennial evergreen, dense, ground covering, of very easy cultivation, it needs little watering. It blooms for a long time in spring covering itself with lilac-pink flowers. Magnificent also in a pot, where it creates full, round and slightly hanging balls. Very fragrant leaves.
Long flowering in spring and early summer, lover of intense sun. Create a dense carpet of linear leaves. Very decorative and easy, perfect for close-ups of flower beds or as a very low ground cover under shrubs in the sun. The flowers are a deep blue, not purple.
The flowers offer an exceptional spectacle and they are very fragrant, although the most striking feature of Heptacodium comes after the flowers have dead. At the beginning of autumn, small, inconspicuous fruits ripen, surrounded by persistent calyces that look like petals, pink-purple. Attract butterflies.
The lower part of the leaves is dark red and the upper part is olive green with silver dots. During the flowering season Begonia maculata produces white flowers in large clusters. Rapid growth.
This begonia is rhizomatous, with star-shaped leaves, dark green-bronze with bright green veins, more evident in spring. Numerous white flowers in spring.
Begonia cane-like, reaches 150 cm in height, large speckled leaves, flowers in huge bunches produced almost all year round.
Red-orange, very hairy Stapelia, similar to Stapelia grandiflora, but with more rounded and slightly smaller flowers. Most of the year in bloom.
Stapelia with flowers that look like dark burgundy shiny leather. It blooms most of the year.
Perennial plant, with a prolonged and re-flowering spring-summer flowering, the three-petalled flowers are very showy blue-purple. It benefits from a ground-level cut of the heads with the summer heat. It is re-seeded and naturalizes easily in shady places.
A vigorous plant with soft pink and silky flowers: it is the first anemone to flower, since August, it brings flowers until the arrival of frost. If you want the pom pom of seeds brought in winter do not cut the dead flowers. In our opinion the best japanese anemone. Perfect with morning sun or patchy shade.
Cane Begonia, with large, dark, silver-spotted leaves. Magnificent, with large cluster flowers, pink.
Perennial that requires full sun, it tends to naturalize. Flowers of 5 cm in diameter, height about 90 cm. Red/Purple flowers in late summer, followed by black ornamental berries.
Very special hybrid with hairy and curled, like shell leaves, very jagged. The rhizome develops compact specimens for which the ornamental effect of developed plants is very rich and really unusual.
Mix of pink and white flowers that attract butterflies, for a prolonged summer flowering simultaneously, very resistant and long-lived, they do not fade even in the intense sun.
Cultivar with white flowers, perennial, which produces long and large flowers spikes that attract butterflies. The foliage is thin and ethereal, unusual and showy even when not in bloom. Flowering lasts from late June to September.
Magnificent perennial herbaceous, which produces showy flower spikes, attracting butterflies. The foliage is thin and elegant, very interesting even when it is not in bloom.
This perennial cultivar blooms much longer and a little later than the species. It has an erect and very compact habit, which keeps it rounded without opening. A lover of heat, it flowers repeatedly from June to September, taking care to remove the dead flowers.
The velvety leaves of this heucherella, silver-gray veined with burgundy, are arranged symmetrically on this perennial which forms round, dwarf clumps. Spikes of white flowers in spring, abundant.
Winter flowering shrub with red ribbon flowers. Interesting coloring of the leaves in autumn, on red and orange tones.
Hemerocallis spider (so called the thin petals varieties), with large brick-red flowers (about 10 cm) with gold-lime nuances. Unusual and curved shape.
The fluffy, lemon-yellow center petals emerge from a base of snow-white petals like lemon sherbet on a plate. A magnificent hybrid. As it ages this scented flower becomes totally white.
Peony with unusual flowers, semi-double, pale pink, with dark pink stamens.
Hydrangea with oak leaves, it grows well both in the sun and in the shade, it reaches about 150 cm in height and width large white flowers with elongated panicles. Attractive bark in winter.
Hybrid rose of Hulthemia persica, of yellow color, with dark throat, double flower, very resistant like the plant from which it originates, healthy, re-flowering, with small leaves.
One of the longest-lasting perennials, flowering from May to September, repeatedly. Magnificent lilac/pink flowers with a black center, the petals are veined, they look like paintings. They live well from sun to light shade.
Shrub or small tree with spring flowers typical of leguminous plants, intense golden yellow, fragrant, flexible branches similar to rush.
Magnificent big flowers, carried for a long time in spring. One of the most frost-resistant cistus, in well-drained soil withstands up to -12 ° C, it loves intense sun. Dimensions approximately 150x150 cm. White flowers, with a black center, very showy.
A charming little tree, with abundant small white flowers hanging in the spring. Over time it forms a beautiful horizontal branching architecture. The flowers are showy and magnificent seen from below.
Prunus serrulata 'Amanogawa' is a slow-growing deciduous tree with a narrow unusual shape for those with limited space or as an element to catch the eye in the garden. It reaches a height of about 5 m. The young leaves are bronze colored, turn green and then yellow and orange in autumn. Double pink flowers in clusters on the upright branches in spring.
With the cold of autumn and even more the cold of winter, the color of the bark becomes almost fluorescent. The color of the leaves is a light green that appears very bright in contrast with the beautiful coral-colored bark.