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An impressive ornamental solitaire grass which forms approx. 100 - 150 cm high clumps. From July onwards the flower stems emerge up to 2,5 - 3 m from the centre with very decorative approx. 50 cm long, one-sided spikes. After ripeness, the spikes remain on the stems for almost the whole winter. Winter hardiness is similar to that of Cortaderia.
This novelty we introduced a few years ago has nested itself a permanent place in our assortment.
The healthy, firm foliage forms a perfectly closed, only 5 cm high carpet from which the brilliant blue flower spikes tower up to approx. 15 cm from June to August. An excellent ground cover for sunny and semi-sunny spots which is easily satisfied as far as the soil is concerned.
This lime-loving caryophyllaceae forms only 10 cm high, loose cushions of bluish-green foliage. A multitude of purple-pink flowers appears from June to August. Flowering will however continue from September onwards until the first frost.
The Petrocoptis loves a sunny or semi-sunny and dry location most of all if there is soil interspersed with limestones. A dry location should be ensured for the winter.
This very beautiful species of approx. 40 cm in height flowers abundantly from May to August.
The panicles form numerous yellowish buds which become crimson pink on opening. A long flowering perennial for groups.
This 'giant feather grass' is a further ornamental solitaire grass from our assortment which also provides an unforgettable eye-catcher when it is correctly placed. The selection we supply has survived many winters in northern Germany. Nevertheless, we recommend to plant on a somewhat dry place with some winter protection.
The giant feather grass forms large, dense clumps with wiry culms approx. 60 - 80 cm in height. The numerous flowering culms appearing in July grow up to a height of 3 m, become a golden colour in late summer and provide a decorative sight well into October.
Unfortunately, a far too little known and respected yet very precious Salvia. It grows to 25 - 30 cm and is of shrub-like, compact growth. Finely feathered, grey-green foliage indicates its preference for dry spots. This species is absolutely undemanding and flowers from may to September in light violet, pink and white.