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Photo Gallery Latin Name - English Name
mature height
Callistephus chinensis 'Mats White'  - China Aster
0.50 m
Bloom in: VIBloom in: VIIBloom in: VIIIBloom in: IXFlower Colour: white | Light Required:: full sunLight Required:: part shade
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii  'Schöne von Dietlikon' - Confused Michaelmas-daisy
1.20 m
Bloom in: IXBloom in: XFlower Colour: blueFlower Colour: purple | Light Required:: full sun
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii  'Lomnice' - Confused Michaelmas-daisy
0.45 m
Bloom in: IXBloom in: XFlower Colour: magentaFlower Colour: purple | Light Required:: full sun
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii  'Jizera' - Confused Michaelmas-daisy
0.40 m
Bloom in: IXBloom in: XFlower Colour: lavenderFlower Colour: pink | Light Required:: full sun
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii  'Royal Blue' - Confused Michaelmas-daisy
0.80 m
Bloom in: IXBloom in: XFlower Colour: blue | Light Required:: full sun
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii  'Melbourne Bell' - Confused Michaelmas-daisy
0.75 m
Bloom in: IXBloom in: XFlower Colour: pink | Light Required:: full sun
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii  'Porzellan' - Confused Michaelmas-daisy
0.80 m
Bloom in: IXBloom in: XFlower Colour: whiteFlower Colour: lavender | Light Required:: full sun
Symphyotrichum novi-belgii  'Rosenquarz' - Confused Michaelmas-daisy
0.90 m
Bloom in: IXBloom in: XFlower Colour: pink | Light Required:: full sun
Peanut
Peanut - Arachis hypogaea Synonyms: Arachis hypogea Other names: Groundnut Family: Fabaceae - Legumes The peanut, also known as the groundnut and the goober and taxonomically classified as Arachis hypogaea,
Quercus cerris - Turkey oak
Oaks are common trees of our natural woodlands. They border our ponds, occur naturally in our mixed forests, and make magnificent specimen trees in our parks and arboretums where less common species or rare varieties can be seen.
Helleborus 'HGC Goldmarie'® - hellebore, Lenten rose
Hellebore (Lenten rose) is not a new plant to Czech and Slovak gardens. I remember those flowering stems that surprisingly pushed through the snow in late winter and I kept asking grandma how come that a plant can flower while there is still snow on the ground. These evergreen perennials are still very
Abies koreana 'Tundra' - dwarf Korean fir
Tundra is a dwarf variety of Korean fir. It creates an almost perfect cushion of soft green colour. This dwarf conifer is evergreen, very compact, slow growing and mound-forming shrub with bright green needles whose colour remains fresh from January until December. The needles are short, glossy, soft
Forsythia viridissima 'Bronxensis' - golden bell
Viridissima species of Golden bell originates in China. Bronxensis is one of its few but truly fantastic varieties valued for very attractive semi-evergreen foliage and primrose yellow, bell-shaped flowers in early spring (April in zone 6). Leaves are soft green, glossy, narrowly lance-shaped, and heavily
Aucuba japonica 'Rozannie' - Japanese aucuba
This evergreen shrub is a commonly known favourite especially in Britain and in milder parts of humid regions of Germany and Benelux. The first specimen was brought from Japan to Europe in 1783, and has been sought after ever since for its unusual shape of foliage and beautiful variegation on some cultivars.
Amelanchier canadensis 'Glennform' - shedblow servicebe
Glennform (RAINBOW PILLAR®) is a unique variety of shedblow serviceberry with upright, columnar growth that is suitable for small gardens and hedges. In April it produces numerous star-shaped, white, scented flowers that are followed by small, spherical berries. These are ready to be picked when their