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Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Wow, this year the change of seasons is incredibly exact - by tomorrow the temperature peaked at 30C, today it dropped to 20C, still with plenty of sunshine. It could go on like that until Christmas, what do you think? :-)

Still, such beautiful sunny and hot weather made our plants bloom like mad. Are yours without blooms? Well, come by to check out ours and choose some new for your garden. We have a wide choice of beautiful flowering perennieals as well as shrubs. I am sure you will find something nice here.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
For example this gorgeous shrubby form of trumpet creeper called INDIAN SUMMER. It rich orange flowers appear from early July until the first frosts and combined with lush and healthy foliage it makes an must have for summer-style gardens.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
We have great gentians ROCKY DIAMOND BLUE, their blue flowers go together well with orange or yellow.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Or these vivid red coneflowers SOMBRERO™ SALSA RED.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Firethorns have coloured beautifully, this yellow form is SOLEIL D'OR.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Orange form ORANGE GLOW is attractive, too.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Seven son flower is one of the few autumn flowering shrubs, and it has just started blooming with it small but very fragrant flowers.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
This set of colours and flowers belongs to our garden centre in Chlumec.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Do you like grasses? I just fell in love with this one - it is the first red flowering variety with weeping flowers. It is called Red Cloud, we haven't got it on our webshop yet but these beautiful, strong plants are already available for 250 K in both our garden centres.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Stunning variegation on a variegated form of Portugal laurel is called VARIEGATA, what a surprise.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Another novelty is this possibly smallest version of sedum spectabile called HOT STUFF. We have new plants for 255 K.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
And if you like silver and blue shades you will love this bog rosemary. BLUE LAGOON looks like out of this world.
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Or have a look at our wide selection of butterfly bushes. Plenty of colours as well as butterflies. This one is called BORDER BEAUTY,
Welcome autumn!22.09.2018
Our plants are beautiful, healthy, and strong. If you have not been here yet and order using our webshop only I suggest you plan a visit here just once to stroll down our aisles, to see the real plants and their quality. Even though we try to make as many pictures as possible we can never bring a complete picture of what it is like here. So come by, we are looking forward to your visit!
AUTUMN SALE OF PERENNIALS IS HERE06.09.2018
The first autumn discount is here! Perennials are now discounted by 30% - valid for plants which cost 150 K or less. We have plenty of them and the more we sell out the more we can grow for the next season. The discount will not automatically show up on our webshop, it will be shown in the order confirmation which will arrive afterwards. All overpayments will be returned to the credit card you used initially.
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Plantarium 201826.08.2018
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Plantarium 201826.08.2018
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Plantarium 201826.08.2018
Summer18.08.2018
Though this chaste tree looked a bit dead-ish in spring after late frosts it quickly regenerated from the base and is beautiful again. And has been flowering for a few weeks now. Butterfly-bush-like flowers and highly scented, divided leaves make it a unique plant for your summer border.
Summer18.08.2018
Summer18.08.2018
Joe Pye weed is most popular tall perennial for summer. This year it heas reached my height and is simply gorgeous.
Summer18.08.2018
And it's a magnet for butterflies.
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Summer18.08.2018
Summer18.08.2018
Helenium 'Sombrero'
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Helen's flower (sneezeweed) will brighten every garden bed. This is Kokarde.
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Summer18.08.2018
Helenium 'Sombrero'
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Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty'
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Helenium 'Double Trouble'
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Helenium 'Fuego'
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Helenium 'Rubinzwerg'
Summer drought09.08.2018
Oh well, unless you live in Prague, Tbor or the east of the country where there was a heavy rainfall last night you must come out to the garden and start watering in order to keep your beloved plants alive. According to some recently published research the soil is dry to almost two meters down in some locations. So get the hose and don't let your trees and shrubs get thirsty.

And you might consider choosing drought-resistant plants for the most critical areas of your garden. For example this gorgeous summer flowering ornamental onion called Millenium. Its brilliant lilac pink flowers appear as if there was no drought whatsoever, and keep on blooming and attracting bees and bumblebees from all around.
Summer drought09.08.2018
Summer drought09.08.2018
Or one of very drought-tolerant trumpet creepers. My favourite is the large-flowered campsis grandiflora. Its shows this apricot red colour in the afternoon sun ...
Summer drought09.08.2018
... and such salmon pink is the colour at 6 am :-)
Summer drought09.08.2018
Summer drought09.08.2018
Well, that've been the pretty ones that can deal with the drought. Now back to those which cannot cope or have finished flowering and look unsightly. I notice that many of our customers are still unaware of the perennial cycle of life which is not so difficult to learn and once you have understood their rhythm you will grow fantastic perennial beds without a single bad looking plant.

1. winter - the plant is dormant with last year's wilted foliage and stems left untouched (unless evergreen)

2. spring - remove all parts above ground and wait for new leaves and stems to emerge, it will be nice and stronger and larger than the previous year

3. flowers appear and unless the plant is one of those that bloom till autumn once the flowers have gone all parts of the plant become unpretty and weak, therefore prone to whims of weather, pests, diseases

4. the best is to cut it back to ground level and wait until it regrows, this way you do help it a big deal especially in dry weather - the plant will not need to feed large leaves and produce seeds

5. within 2-3 weeks you will have a brand new plant with nice and healthy foliage, and possibly flowers as well, we strongly recommend to feed it (best with Conavit® - excellent organic fertilizer) after pruning, and watering it during dry summer spells

6. in autumn it will go dormant again, leaves will wilt and stems and flowers dry out, but let them be this time, the plant will need all above surface material to keep itself from drying out or rotting from too wet weather

It is not so difficult, is it? Try it, you can cut back all herbaceous plants now, the results will be great, I can guarantee that. For instance daylilies. They are so pretty with fresh leaves and gorgeous with flowers. But then they look so tired, especially among other flowering plants that are at their peak. So get scissors and cut them back. They take slightly longer to make a new foliage tuft but they will be nice again.
Summer18.07.2018
The best is always afternoon. When the sun looses its sharpness and the garden baths in its softer rays. Did you notice how different plants look against the sun? Kind of dreamy ...

ADORATION culver's root
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LUCIFER montbretia
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yucca
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CASCADE FALLS swamp cypress
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... still with a few raindrops
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And we have sooo many conflowers!
Blooming now07.07.2018
In early July begins to flower this fantastic St.John's Wort called GEMO. One of the longest flowering hypericum - minimum 2 months or more. The small flowers are yellow and leaves are short and linear.
Blooming now07.07.2018
Holidays are here!03.07.2018
The dog days are here! For most of us the nicest season of the year because it is time to relax. Are you enjoying it? Being out in the garden is the thing to do. But don't you think this time is just to lie down and do nothing. Look around the garden around you to see if you could improve it somehow. Think perennials, those which flower all summer long. We have loooads of them for you! :-)
Holidays are here!03.07.2018
Come by, I am sure you will find the right plant you need ...
Holidays are here!03.07.2018
Holidays are here!03.07.2018
Holidays are here!03.07.2018
Holidays are here!03.07.2018

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