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Actinidia arguta 'Issai' - mini-kiwi Plants / Fruit woods

Actinidia arguta 'Issai' - mini-kiwi

Issai is a self-fertile variety of the so-called mini-kiwi. This means that unlike the species it does not need a male and a female plant to produce fruit. Apart from tasty fruit it is a nice plant, too, with deep green leaves and scented flowers in June …

Aconitum carmichaelii 'Arendsii' - autumn monskhood Plants / Perennials

Aconitum carmichaelii 'Arendsii' - autumn monskhood

Autumn monkshood is a showy perennial flowering for late summer and autumn. It produces erect racemes of large, 6-7 cm tall flowers of deep indigo blue flowers from September till October. They appear along sturdy stems that grow just over a meter tall. The wise thing about this monkhood is that even …

Air Plant Care and Design Other / Books

Air Plant Care and Design

Air Plant Care and Design: Tips and Creative Ideas for the World s Easiest Plants Air plants, also known as tillandsia, are some of the easiest plants to grow, which helps explain why they’re popping up in stores across the country and appearing in magazines, on blogs, and all over Pinterest. The amazing …

Phalaenopsis Orchids Care Other / Books

Phalaenopsis Orchids Care

Phalaenopsis Orchids Care: 30 Most Important Things To Remember When Growing Phalaenopsis Orchids (Orchids Care, Gardening Techniques This book will show you the secrets of growing Phalaenopsis orchids succesfuly. …

Tamarix ramosissima 'Pink cascade' - tamarisk Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Tamarix ramosissima 'Pink cascade' - tamarisk

Tamarisk is a beautiful plant with tiny leaves and profusion of flowers in late summer. The flowers are small, pink, composed in long racemes. Deciduous leaves are scale-like, blue-green, very small. Overall appearance is feathery and very fluffy and the plant looks great in a Mediterranean-style landscape, …

Sedum spectabile 'Neon' - ice plant Plants / Perennials

Sedum spectabile 'Neon' - ice plant

Sedum is a plant which we, when we were kids, called cabbage. Its leaves looks just like the vegetable that hardly any child likes to eat without moaning. However, when it came to flower in late summer it showed such beauty that we willingly forgot about cabbage and ripped off flowering stems for Mum …

The Water-Saving Garden Other / Books

The Water-Saving Garden

The Water-Saving Garden: How to Grow a Gorgeous Garden with a Lot Less Water A guide to growing beautiful gardens in drought-prone areas utilizing minimal water for maximum results. …

The Perennial Matchmaker Other / Books

The Perennial Matchmaker

The Perennial Matchmaker: Create Amazing Combinations with Your Favorite Perennials Want foolproof ideas for pairing favorite perennials with an array of harmonious plant partners but don’t know where to start? Plantswoman Nancy J. Ondra helps you to jump-start your perennial garden with her one-plant-at-a-time …

Perovskia 'Blue Spire' - perovskia, Russian sage Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Perovskia 'Blue Spire' - perovskia, Russian sage

Blue Spire is a hybrid between two types of perovskia. It was first introduced to RHS in 1961 and since late 80´s it has been in cultivation in most of the world with mild climate. It is a very hardy plant originally found in Central Asia (Afghanistan, Pakistan) but is successfully grown even further …

Climbing and Rambler Roses Other / Books

Climbing and Rambler Roses

Climbing and Rambler Roses examines both Climbers and Ramblers in detail, outlining the refinement of Noisettes, the diverse colors of Climbing Tea Roses, and the delicate charm and fragrance of Climbing English Roses.The volume offers important advice on where to plant which varieties in the garden, …

The Language Of Flowers Other / Books

The Language Of Flowers

The Language Of Flowers: Introduction to Flowers and Their Meaning. The Personalities of Different Flowers (Language of flowers, Understanding flowers and flowering, Secret Meanings of Flowers) Everybody knows the significance of a red long-stemmed rose as a symbol of love, but what about the hydrangea …