Astible Erika 7.5L - Astilbes are long-blooming, plume-like flowers in soft shades of white, pink and red. The flowers are held on tall, stiff stalks, above the airy leaves. Astilbes are one of the easiest perennial flowers to grow, but they give a high return. Virtually pest free, they can light up the shade garden or soften a sunny spot. ‘Erika’ is a tall hybrid cultivar which features open, narrow spears of light heather pink flowers on upright stems.
TIARELLA ’Sugar and Spice’ (Tiarelle - Tiarelle cordifoliée) : Jolies plantes tapissantes, utilisables comme couvre-sol, en situation plus ou moins ombragée et en sol humifère, léger mais frais. Feuillage très découpé, couvrant, brillant, fortement et joliment maculé de rouge bordeaux. Nombreux épis denses de fleurs roses en début de floraison, virant vers le blanc.
Physostegia 'Summer Snow', Obedient Plant. Hardy to zone 3. Height: 36", Spacing: 14". Grows in wet soil. Flower spikes will stay in position however you bend them :) Can be divided every other year in spring. To prevent flopping, pinch back plant by 1/2 in spring. Deadhead to prolong blooms to a lateral bud or leaf. Old foliage can be cut back after frost or in spring. Will self sow and spread.
Quince, Double Take Scarlet Storm (1) -- Full Sun -- Big, double, scarlet, camellia-like flowers in early spring. In addition, unlike other quince, they are nearly thornless and generally do not produce fruit. The very drought tolerant, compact shrubs grow 3 to 5 feet tall, making them excellent choices for hedging and mass planting.
Common Name: Sea kale Genus: Crambe Species: maritima Skill Level: Beginner Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade Hardiness: Hardy Soil type: Well-drained/light, Dry, Sandy Height: 75cm Spread: 60cm Time to plant seeds: September to May Time to divide plants: March to Apri