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SunSeekers is a coneflower series of several flower colours all of which are stunning, rich, and non-fading. Plants have exceptional vigour and dense habit. SunSeekers Scarlet produces flowers of a unique shade combining scarlet red and some warm orange hues. They are borne atop strong, green stems which widen at the top. The cone is rather flat, golden orange at the bottom with dark red tips. SunSeekers coneflowers have strong and rather short stems with dark green, narrowly ...entire article
SunSeekers is a coneflower series of several flower colours all of which are stunning, rich, and non-fading. Plants have exceptional vigour and dense habit. SunSeekers Yellow coneflower produces rich yellow flowers atop strong, light green stems which widen at the top. The cone is green first, maturing to golden orange later. SunSeekers coneflowers have strong and rather short stems with dark green, narrowly lanceolate leaves. Flowering begins in early July and continues un ...entire article
SunSeekers is a coneflower series of several flower colours all of which are stunning, rich, and non-fading. Plants have exceptional vigour and dense habit. In Tanz Bright Orange is a little play on words where In Tanz stands for Intense, how uncanny! It makes single flowers with ray florets that emerge deep orange red and mature to light orange with pale scarlet tones. All this topped with a large, reddish brown cone in the centre. SunSeekers coneflowers have strong and rathe ...entire article
Sensation Pink is another coneflower bred by Dutch lover of perennials Marco van Noort in 2012. It makes rich pink, almost magenta pink flowers from late June until September. They are first borne atop strong, 40-60 cm tall stems, and then along the lower parts of stems. The central cones are deep red with orange tips later. Leaves are deep green, broadly lanceolate and may suffer from diseases if grown in wet or compacted soil. Patented as PP26593 in 2014. The plant is usually trouble-free and resistant, just be c ...entire article
SunSeekers is a coneflower series of several flower colours all of which are stunning, rich, and non-fading. Plants have exceptional vigour and dense habit. Sunseekers Orange coneflower produces dark tangerine orange flowers atop deep purple red stem which widen at the top. The cone is large, reddish brown cone. SunSeekers coneflowers have strong and rather short stems with dark green, narrowly lanceolate leaves. Flowering begins in early July and continues until early autu ...entire article
Charlie's White is an exceptionally gorgeous herbaceous peony bred by Charles Klehm in 1951. Its flowers are medium sized, fully double and beautifully formed with pure white petals around a compact head of almost linear petaloides which are light yellow as the flower opens up and turn as white as the petals. The fragrance is fresh, not very spicy for a peony, lightly sweet with a faint citrus tone. It is very early, blooming from late May for about 3 weeks atop 70-80 cm tall stems. Deciduous leaves are rather thick, ...entire article
Mr. G.F.Hemerick is another successful bi-coloured herbaceous peony with Japanese-peony-like flowers, similar to Bowl of Beauty or Neon. The important difference is that this one produces deeper and more reliable pink petals in humus-rich, acid soil. It is midseason flowering from mid to late June atop 70-80 cm tall stems. The centres are decorated with yellow petaloids. Deciduous leaves are rather ...entire article
Nippon Beauty is a midseason to late variety of herbaceous peony with Japanese peony-like flowers from mid to late June. They are dark ruby red with a profusion of red and yellow petaloids in the centre and look like large anemones. They are borne atop about 60 cm tall, strong stems that do not need support. The plant makes a compact and bushy clump. Deciduous leaves are rather thick, deep green, highly glossy, and palmately divided. These peonies are great plants not only for perennial beds and borders, they als ...entire article
Jan Van Leeuwen is an early variety of herbaceous peony with showy and very fragrant flowers. They are anemone-like, pure white, single with a profusion of yellow petaloids in the centre. They are borne atop about 90 cm tall, strong stems that do not need support. Deciduous leaves are rather thick, deep green, highly glossy, and palmately divided. These peonies are great plants not only for perennial beds and borders, they also look very elegant combined with shrubs and trees to soften their woody structures. The ...entire article
04.06.2017New in catalogue
beachhead iris (Iris setosa)
Beachhead iris is one of many wild species grown in cold and temperate regions of Northern Hemisphere. Its native habitat is Alaska, Canada, Siberia, as northern parts of Asia (China, Korea as well as Japan). Most common and possible the most beautiful is the blue version of beachhead iris. It produces showy-structured, blue to rich violet-blue flowers with white and golden yellow marbling of the tongue. Flowering begins in late May and continues till June atop slim but strong, well-branched stems which are about 1m tall on adult plants. Sword-like leaves ...entire article
29.05.2017New in catalogue
swamp azalea (Azalea "'SOIR DE PARIS'")
Swamp azaleas are a unique species of deciduous azalea of North American origin. These azaleas offer later flowering and extremely fragrant flowers. Soir de Paris is a hybrid between a deciduous azalea ‘Koster’s Brilliant Red’ and swamp azalea species, yet it has all features of a swamp azalea which is why we classify it as if belonging to the same category. Soir de Paris produces soft pink, star-shaped flowers that are n ...entire article
LACEY BLUE perovskia is a fantastic plant offering an extremely long time of attractivity. It bears profusion of deep indigo-blue flowers that open up from hairy, violet buds. These buds appear from early summer and take quite some time before they let the flowers out which usually happens from mid August. Thus the plant keeps its fluffy violet appearance for as long as nearly 3 months. Deciduous leaves are finely dissected, 4-6 cm long, silvery grey when they emerge, turning pale green in summer. The stalks are the most vibrant silver shade ever se ...entire article
Fernleaf peony is a collector’s choice. This perennial peony is a true gem in any rockery or garden bed. It emerges in early spring with fern-like, finely divided, cut leaves that form a fluffy tuft from which comes out a spherical bud that will open into a lovely flower. It needs warm and sunny weather to begin flowering (April/May in zone 6). The flowers are single, rich red, very bright, and contrast beautifully with vivid yellow stamens. The leaves resemble Adonis plants hence the alternative name Adonis peony. It forms a dense clump with ...entire article
Bravo to French cultivators who come up with this new variety of bluebeard! Want to hear why we are so excited about it? Compared to its parent this one has deep green, larger leaves with silvery underneath; deeper blue and more numerous flowers; its flowering period is rather extended from mid August till end September; it has a more compact habit which makes it suitable for even the smallest of gardens. Flowers attract bumble bees and butterflies. The leaves have an interesting scent which recalls cooking herbs. It is quite soil tolerant, however, it does best in fertile, very well ...entire article
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