Narrow, upright colourful bush growth, perfect for use in small gardens. Producing fine leaves, with exciting purple shoots. In Summer dark green with a striking purple border. In Autumn its foliage will turn yellow/orange/red. Hardy to -30 degrees Celsius. It’s best placed in moist soil, in partial shade or in a sunny spot. After 7 years without pruning, it will reach a height of 2.5 mt and a width of 75 cm.
The bee tree (Tetradium daniellii) is a fine tree, which is ultimately between 7 and 10 meters in height with a round crown. Bee tree blooms until the end of July to August and is one of the later flowering trees. Wide yellow flowers with white loose panicles, offer flower nectar much and is therefore a good bee plant. The bloom is followed by purple-red fruits, which can have more value than ornamentales blooming! Smooth uneven, 5 folding sheets, dark green shining above and below turn gray green, yellow in the autumn color.
The bee tree is a fine tree, which is ultimately between 7 and 10 meters in height with a round crown. Bee tree blooms until the end of July to August and is one of the later flowering trees. Wide yellow flowers with white loose panicles, offer flower nectar much and is therefore a good bee plant. The bloom is followed by purple-red fruits, which can have more value than ornamentales blooming! Smooth uneven, 5 folding sheets, dark green shining above and below turn gray green, yellow in the autumn color.
A compact, deciduous shrub that grows to only 1.5 mt. Features fragrant , double white flowers that bloom profusely in late Spring. Flowers appear in clusters (racemes) with 5-7 flowers per cluster. Oval, dark green leaves, hardy tot -25 degrees Celsius.
Commonly calles Nippon daisy, is a shrubby perennial which grows 1.5 – 3 m tall. Features 2-3 diametre flower heads with white rays and green center disks. Flowers appear in fall on long stalks. Thick, oblong, coarsely-toothed, glossy, dark green leaves (to 3.5″ long). Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower.
A new marvelous variety particularly distinguished by having orange-brown to light-orange immature foliage and light-green mature foliage, dense, relatively narrow foliage, a compact plant shape and densely branched, is disclosed. ‘Sunset Boulevard’ is applicable in any garden, suitable for patio or on the balcony in a beautiful pot. Hardy, if in the full-range to -15 degrees Celsius.
Fairy Magnolia Cream is a new hybrid of Michelias bred to produce masses of beautiful fragrant creamy-white flowers in early Spring. These plants are so free flowering that tehy have a flower bud at each leaf axil and have been known to provide a light flush of flowers during summer too. The plants are bushy with rich evergreen foliage, which makes them ideal in the garden as a flowering hedge or specimen plant.
‘Gail’ stands for happiness, being full of life. That’s exactly what Magnolia Gail’s Favourite is! This Magnolia looks vibrant with its dark green foliage, a bushy and upright growth habit and white, fragrant flowers. ‘Gail’s Favourite’ flowers abundantly in early summer. It has attractive golden-brown flower buds that feel as soft as suede. When the buds open, lovely white flowers with yellow hearts appear. Happy moments indeed! ‘Gail’s Favourite’ is winter hardy to -15 degrees Celsius. It thrives in fertile, well-drained soil in a sunny spot. It can reach up to 2.50 mt high and 1 mt wide. It works great in a container on your balcony, patio or terrace. Also suitable in borders and mixed containers.
A sing of spring. ‘Snow Mountain’ is one of the first shrubs to burst into bloom with a spectacular display of snow white flowers from top te bottom. The habit is more compact and very floriferous. A favorite for beds and borders that blooms on previous seasons.
The branches of this upright plant are usually crowned. In April-May it produces beautiful deep red flowers. Preferable to a humus-rich soil in a sunne place.The final height is approximately 200 cm. It produces a beautiful autumn colour.
Splendid bush with beautiful straight upright branches. The deep purple berries are stronger and are closer together, these berries stay much longer on the plant as older varieties. That makes him very suitable for cutting crops.
A slow-growing, extremely compact variety. In six years this plant reaches app. 30 cm and a width of 40 cm. The leaves are a wonderful carmine-red colour. In May it produces tiny yellow flowers. Recommended for low hedges, borders and rock gardens or in pots on the terrace.