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Acer palmatum 'Atrolineare' - Japanese Maple Plants / Trees and Shrubs

Acer palmatum 'Atrolineare' - Japanese Maple

Small, slow, narrow tree whose deeply divided leaves appear string-like. New growth is purple-red. Autumn colors are usually a good yellow. Growth habit is upright, opposed to the dome topped cultivars Red Pigmy and Villa Taranto. Exquisite and unique form of the Japanese Maple. …

Abies nordmanniana - Caucasican fir Plants / Conifers

Abies nordmanniana - Caucasican fir

Do you also feel like we exaggerate a lot, saying how exquisite, gorgeous or stunning a plant is? Well, you’d better get used to it :-) We just cannot help ourselves when we see for instance this Caucasian fir. Its short needles densely cover the branches; they are deep green and very glossy, with …

Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' - Japanese maple Plants / Deciduous Trees

Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' - Japanese maple

Japanese maples are pride of every neat garden. Some are large, others seem motionless owing to extremely slow growth rate. This variety looks similar to acer palmatum but does not grow so large or wide. Its leaves are punkah-shaped leaves are golden yellow, with pinkish tinted margins and veins. They …

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, …

Daylily Planting and Care Plants / Perennials

Hemerocallis

When to plant Daylilies can be planted very successfully at any time the ground can be worked --- spring, summer or fall. Fall planted Daylilies should be mulched to prevent winter frost heaving. …

Ginkgo biloba - maidenhair tree Plants / Conifers

Ginkgo biloba - maidenhair tree

Maidenhair tree is probably one of the oldest species on Earth. It was here some 180 million years ago … obviously it was the time when the Dead Sea was still ill. Its extreme tolerance of various conditions made it survive to our time. One tree can live as long as 2000 years. …