Perennials are plants that lives for at least 3 or more years. Their bodies overwinter as underground tubers, bulbs and rhizomes, and their aerial shoots die every year in the winter to re-release in the spring new shoots, leaves and flowers. Perennials are an indispensable part of any garden. Find their mostly near ponds, in rock gardens and naturalistic plantings. You can also plant them in containers with other plants.
Offered perennials - plants in containers is a 0.5 liter, 1 liter, 1.5 liter. Initially, the plants are cut down, then their size varies from a few to tens of centimeters during the growing season.
Acaena are low growing (5-15 cm), evergreen perennial. Has metalic-tinted, bronze foliage shaded with purple. In July and August plants are topped by insignificant flowers which gradually mature to make masses of spiky, red burrs. Require well-drained, moist soil and a sunny to partialy shaded position. Ideal for larger rock gardens, as a ground cover, as well as between small bulbous plants.
Yarrow grows up to 80 cm tall. Plants form low mounds of fragrant ferny foliage. Flowers with the color from pale pink to cherry-pink appeared from VI to X. Flat, plate-like flowers held high on tall stems. Remove faded flowers regulary to promote continiued growing. Ideal for flowers beds, borders. It makes an excellent cut flowers. Grow best in moist, well-drained soil in full sun.
Have many medicinal uses including being taken internally for fever, hypeertension and menstrual complaints. Externally is used for wounds, nosebleeds and haemorrhoids.
Low, semi-evergreen perennial forming a spreading mound of leaves dappled in green, cream and smoky pink. Spikes of blue-purple flowers appear in May and June. Decorative mainly due to multicolored leaves throughout the growing season. Grows best it in partial shade. Great ground cover, also recommended for containers, rock gardens. Colorful accent to any garden.
Has large, glossy, bronze-purple leaves. The flowers are very large, intensively blue, appear on the plant in April-May. Plants prefer a rich, moist soil but will tolerate short periods of summer drought. Used widely as groundcovers for shady gardens.
Lady's Mantle form a mound of rounded, softly hairy, olive-green leaves witch scalloped and toothed edges. The charteuse yellow flower are borne in large sprays just above the foliage from June to August. An easy care perennial, growing well in moist soil in sun or partial shade. Excellent for beds, borders and edging.
Chives are one of the most popular plants in a herb garden. Have been used for thousands of year due to their medicinal and culinary properties. Variety 'Forescate' form a low mound of grassy leaves with purple-pink flowers. Blooms in V and VI, grows up to 30cm tall. Both the flowers and leaves are edible. Use this variety for the border, containers or the herb garden. Deadhead to prevent reseeding. Attract butterflies.
Variety 'Rudolf Goethe' reaches a height of 40 cm. The leaves are covered with jutting out, sharp hairs. Large, blue-violet daisy like flower heads from Autumn to October. Valuable plant for slopes, rock gardens, low hedges, as well as a cut flower. Requires full sun and well drained position.
Very valuable plant, which forms dense clumps reaching a height of 10-15 cm. Stems and leaf petioles are covered with brown hairs. Forms showy, lavender-rose, fluffy spikes. Inflorescences grow up to 25 cm. Blooms in August and September. Perfect for rock gardens, flower beds, borders, or to fill space between the trees. It prefers moist, humus-rich, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Also effective on pound or stream banks. Will tolerate the full sun and even drought.
Plant varieties "Astary White" form clumps of feathery, glossy leaves of which grow inflorescence stems raised to a height of 30 cm. Feathery inflorescences have a pink-red color. Flowers suitable for cutting. Blooms from June to July. Prefers fertile, humus-rich, moist soil in shade to semi-shaded position. Posts sunny, dry and warm are completely inappropriate. Excellent groundcover, edging plant for shady areas, to plant in woodland gardens and near ponds or stream banks. Ideal for growing in containers.
Plant varieties "Astary White" form clumps of feathery, glossy leaves of which grow inflorescence stems raised to a height of 30 cm. Feathery inflorescences have a creamy-white color. Flowers suitable for cutting. Blooms from June to July. Ideal for growing in containers, beds and borders. Prefers fertile, humus and relatively moist soil and shade to semi-shaded position. Posts sunny, dry and warm are completely inappropriate.
Plant varieties "Showstar" form clumps of divided, glossy leaves of which grow inflorescence stems raised to a height of 30 -40 cm. The blooms appear on plume-like flower clusters and come in a mixture of four different colors: white, cream, pink or red. Flowers suitable for cutting. Prefers fertile, humus-rich, moist soil in shade to semi-shaded position. Posts sunny, dry and warm are completely inappropriate. Excellent groundcover, edging plant for shady areas, to plant in woodland gardens and near ponds or stream banks.
'Bergenia cordifolia' is commonly called 'heart-leaved bergenia'. Plants form a clumps of large, glossy, cabbage-like leaves. From April to May magenta-pink flowers appear in clusters on thick stems just above the foliage. Grows best in moist, well-drained soil in part shade to full shade. Begenia is not invasive. Excellent edging plant for shady areas, to plant in woodland gardens and near ponds or stream banks. The common name 'Pig Squeak' is derived from the sound one can make by rubbing a leaf with your fingers witch will make a sound similar to that of a pig. Leaves can be used in florar arrangements.
Bellflower 'White clips' grows up to 15cm. Plants form a low, cushion-shaped mound of small, green leaves. This selection has clear white flowers reach a diameter of 3 cm and grow singly on upright stalks. Bloom during June and July. Perfect in a rock gardens and as a edging plant. Grows especially well on low walls, in the cracks between the stones, where the land is moderately moist and cool. It is also suitable for planting in containers. Will continue blooming for weeks if spent blossoms are regulary removed. It likes well-drained soil and a sunny position.
This variety is an upright, clump-forming perennial which grows up to 50 cm in height. Medium-tall stems with oblong to ovate leaves and dense clusters of rich purple, bell-shaped flowers, which appear from June to August. Excellent cut flower. Grows best in fertile, alkaline, well-drained soil in partial shade or sun. Is perfect for a sunny cottage garden, flower borders and beds, or wildflower meadow. Perennial will thrive even in very poor soil, but will not endure flooding.
Interesting, a mild perennial with fleshy, coarsely toothed leaves. It grows to 20-30cm. It has a deep yellow, bell-shaped flowers dangling a slightly gathered in clusters. It blooms from May to July. Perennial grows best on calcareous soils, in full sun or semi-shade, moderately moist, permeable. Ideal for edging in border, in rock walls, or between flagstones.
The plant forms a hard sprawling underground rhizomes. It blooms in May, the flowers are white, bell-shaped, hanging in clusters. Much greater advantage than appearance is their sweet and pleasant fragrance. Much more than flowers in the eyes shed the leaves rather thick and hard, like a tulip leaf. Lilies grow to about 25cm in height. After flowering sometimes appear as decorative, red fruit. It should, however, know that they are poisonous. Perennial requires humus, soil moderately moist and lightly shaded positions. Suitable for filling seats under the trees and tall shrubs. For gardens required areas protected from excessive grows, the rhizomes. In the shade and too dry surface the lily of the valley blooms very poorly.
A charming perennial with upright habit, growing up to 60-80cm. Huge spikes of shovy, deep blue flowers appear in June an July. Leaves are dark green, glossy. Ideal for sunny beds, borders and in containers. Makes a great cut flower. Cut old flower stalsks to encourage a second bloom in autumn. Grows best in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. Delphinimus provide a unique and colorful addition to any flower garden.
A charming perennial with upright habit, growing up to 60-80cm. Huge spikes of shovy, blue flowers with white centres appear in June an July. Leaves are dark green, glossy, deeply lobed. Ideal for sunny beds, borders and in containers. Makes a great cut flower. Cut old flower stalsks to encourage a second bloom in autumn. Grows best in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. Delphinimus provide a unique and colorful addition to any flower garden.