Iberis sempervirens - Evergreen Candytuft Iberis sempervirens - Evergreen Candytuft
Candytuft White (Iberis sempervirens) | Free-flowering and spreading! Mounds of Snow on Low-Growing, Evergreen Plants! Each 6-inch plant is awash in white blooms all spring! Long-lived and easy to grow! Few evergreen perennials boast the flower power of this vigorous little plant …
Amazon.com | 14.06. 2007
Ilex aquifolium - Common Holly Ilex aquifolium - Common Holly
Common holly is a useful evergreen shrub or small tree that can be grown as a specimen tree, clipped bushes or as a hedge. If unpruned it can reach height of 15m and spread 8m. It lives on wide range of soil types - from calcerous to poor and acid but preferably dry, well-drained …
A.B.I.E.S. s.r.o. | 29.10. 2007
Ilex cornuta - chinese holly Ilex cornuta - chinese holly
Leaves of this chinese holly with their 3 lobes look like sugar coated, they are very glossy. The flowers will produce a load of bright red berries which will bring the ideal Christmas feeling in the winter …
Ilex crenata 'Dwarf Pagoda' - Japanese Holly Ilex crenata 'Dwarf Pagoda' - Japanese Holly
Japanase Pagoda Holly Bonsai - Ilex crenata Dwarf Pagoda A miniature variety of Japanese Holly. Stems are very short, 1 foot at most. Leaves are dark green on horizontal branches. Very compact plant. The plant is a true natural Bonsai. Also a good patio plant or house plant. Introduced …
Amazon.com | 02.10. 2007
Ilex x meserveae 'Blue Angel'® - blue holly, Meserve holly Ilex x meserveae 'Blue Angel'® - blue holly, Meserve holly
Blue Angel ® is a favourite female variety of blue hollies. It flowers abundantly in the spring and fruits are born in the autumn. They are bright red, shiny berries that remain on the plant until early to mid spring. It needs a male pollinator e.g. Blue Prince®. Leaves are very …
Ilex x meserveae 'Blue Princess' - blue holly, Meserve holly Ilex x meserveae 'Blue Princess' - blue holly, Meserve holly
Blue Princess is probably the most popular female variety of blue hollies. It flowers abundantly in the spring and fruits are born in the autumn. They are bright red, shiny berries that remain on the plant until early to mid spring. To produce fruits it needs a male pollinator e.g …
Ilex x meserveae 'Casanova' - blue holly, Meserve holly Ilex x meserveae 'Casanova' - blue holly, Meserve holly
We are always happy to hear about any success as far as increasing plants hardiness. And when it happens and a new plant variety is hardy and at the same time beautiful we are lost for words. Casanova is the one that left us speechless. It is a brand new variety that was only in 2006 …
Ilex x meserveae 'Heckenstar'® - blue holly Ilex x meserveae 'Heckenstar'® - blue holly
Castle Wall™ | Heckenstar® is quite a novelty from Germany, bred by Hans Hachmann and patented only in 1998. It is a cross ilex aquifolium „Pyramidalis“ and ilex x meserveae „Blue Prince“®. The result is a strictly upright growing, very hardy, evergreen shrub. Outside …
Ilex x meserveae 'Mesgolg' GOLDEN GIRL® - blue holly, Meserve holly Ilex x meserveae 'Mesgolg' GOLDEN GIRL ® - blue holly, Meserve holly
GOLDEN GIRL ® is probably the first ever patented holly with yellow berries in the world, US plant patent 7652 from 1990, as a cross between ilex aquifolium ´Fructa Lutea´and ilex rugosa. Yellow fruits are an awesome feature because it never happened with any other blue holly before …
Indigofera pseudotinctoria 'Rose Carpet' - Dwarf False Indigo Indigofera pseudotinctoria 'Rose Carpet' - Dwarf False Indigo
A prostrate rug that blooms from late June until frost. This is much lower and dense than the species that we saw growing wild in Korea. Rich rose-pink spikes, 1-2 long cover this little shrub. Great for edging beds, walkways, or try in the rock garden …
Amazon.com | 27.07. 2007
Ipomoea alba - Moonflower, Moon Vine, Giant White Moonflower Ipomoea alba - Moonflower
The moonflower is a vigorous twining vine that is very fast growing in really hot weather. It is a tender tropical perennial but is now seeing popular use as an annual vine in colder areas. This close relative of the morning glory has similar heart shaped leaves that are a rich green …
Amazon.com | 31.08. 2007
Ipomoea purpurea 'Light Blue Star' - Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea 'Light Blue Star' - Morning Glory
A spectacular Morning Glory. Each light blue bloom is enhanced bay an exquisite, deep violet, five pointed star shooting out from its central, white throat. Flowers all summer. Beautiful climber, ideal for climbing up trellis and fences or obelisks in container …
Amazon.com | 25.01. 2008
Iris ensata - Japanese Water Iris Iris ensata - Japanese Water Iris
Japanese iris (Iris ensata or kaempferi) have the largest flowers of all irises, some being about 30cm across. They have been bred for over 200 years in Japan and also during the last century in the USA. So today, there is a range of flower shapes and patterns, as well as a range …
Amazon.com | 02.10. 2007
Iris ensata 'Asian Warrior' - Japanese Iris Iris ensata 'Asian Warrior' - Japanese Iris
Japanese Iris (Iris ensata - formerly Iris kaempferi) blooms are captivating and graceful. Their superior size and colors are worth the efforts of cultivation. Their blooms are often saucer-size or larger, colors of white, shades of blue and purple, red-violet and are often veined …
Amazon.com | 30.06. 2007
August Emperor Japanese Iris Iris ensata 'August Emperor' - Japanese Water Iris
The last of the Irises to bloom and, oh, what a finale! These large showy Irises put on a breath-taking display with exotic flowers and blue-green, sword-like foliage. The centre of attention in early summer! Royal purple flowers with handsome blue-toned edges and golden highlights …
Amazon.com | 23.05. 2007
Iris ensata 'Gold Bound' - Japanese Iris Iris ensata 'Gold Bound' - Japanese Iris
Pure-White flowers with yellow signals on tall plants. ; Gold Bound Japanese Iris - Iris ensata (kaempferi) Gold Bound; Flowers have large semi-flaring fails, and standards which are either short and upright, or very large and open, hanging over the falls as a second x. The resulting …
Amazon.com | 09.08. 2007
Iris chrysographes Iris chrysographes - Black Iris
The deep purple-maroon blooms are so nearly black some consider this the long sought after black iris. Adds a touch of mystery wherever it is planted. Similar to Siberian Iris in form and habit, it grows best in constantly moist soil. Color is so unique it mixes well with other plants …
Amazon.com | 01.07. 2007
Zebra Iris Rhizome -Iris pallida Albovariegata Iris pallida 'Variegata' - Zebra Iris Rhizome
Iris pallida Variegata produces soft blue flowers with a unique variegated foliage. Bearded Irises are the single most popular class of Iris grown in gardens today. Bearded refers to the fuzzy strip on each of the drooping falls. The true petals are called standards and are upright …
Amazon.com | 23.05. 2007
Berlin Tiger Iris - Loves to Get It's Feet Wet Iris pseudacorus x 'Berlin Tiger' - Yellow Flag
Berlin Tiger is a tall, vigorous Iris, reaching fully 3 feet high but just about a foot wide. It loves damp and even wet soils, but once established can even tolerate short periods of drought. And if you are fortunate enough to have no boggy or poorly-draining soil, simply give this …
Amazon.com | 23.05. 2007
Iris sibirica 'Butter and Sugar' - Siberian Iris Iris sibirica 'Butter and Sugar' - Siberian Iris
White standards with yellow falls. One of the most easily grown Iris, originating from Northern Asia. Does well under all types of weather conditions. Best grown in a humus soil. Originally available only in deep violet purple, we are now able to offer many other colors which have …
Amazon.com | 06.07. 2007