A highly attractive Japanese cultivar of double, pink flowers 10-14 cm in diameter, consisting of numerous sepals varying from elliptic to narrow – needle-shaped, bright-pink, sometimes nearly red that acquire green splashes in cold weather. Stamens and staminodia are of green hue but they turn pink when full blown. Free-flowering from May till June. Flowers cover the plant tightly, nearly from the very bottom to the top. Light green leaves usually consist of three pointed elliptic leaflets. Reaches 1–1.5 m height. Climbs by means of leaf petiolae. Suitable for growing over obelisks and other low garden supports as well as low trellises. Well-adjusted to container cultivation. Awards: bronze medal at Plantarium'2013 in Booskop; bronze medal at Zieleń to Życie'2013 in Warsaw; golden medal at Flowers-Expo'2013 in Moscow.
The latest and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful of Clematis. Beautiful, large flowers are always full. Blooms very liberally by June and July, as well as awards like a mass of white flowers, which reach a diameter of 12-15 cm. With colder weather, the flowers may appear...
A georgeous, vigorous climber that grows up to 3-4 metres, showering in the autumn of hundreds or even thousands, of white, star-flowers 2-3.5 cm in diameter. Flowers consist of 4-5 petals and white stamens (both anthers and filaments). It blooms profusely...
Bush, initially erect, later widely spread. It reaches 1.5 m in height. Stems densely tangled, covered with thorns. Leaves dark green, glossy, slightly serrated, arranged alternately. Young shoots reddish. Produces white, semi-double flowers in April-May and often again in September. Blooms profusely from developing leaves on old wood. The flowers are followed by edible, apple-shaped, yellow quinces. Grows well in well-drained soil in full sun. Planting singly and in groups. Suitable for wallsides.
Cornus canadensis in small (15-20 cm height) spreading subshrub forming a carpet-like mat. Producing white flowers followed by bunches of bright red berries in autumn. The leaves are oval, green. Spreading by shallow, underground runners. Prefers moist, acidic, well-drained soils in full or partial shade. It is best planted in mossy areas, under trees. May be used as a groundcover.
Drzewo Franklina jest krzewem dorastającym do 10 m wysokości, o gęstej, piramidalnej, z wiekiem zaokrąglającej się koronie. Liście lancetowate, błyszczące, jesienią pomarańczowo-purpurowe. Kwiaty bardzo dekoracyjne, podobne do kamelii - białe, pięciopłatkowe, o średnicy 7-9 cm, słodko pachnące, pojawiają się ...
Slow-growing vine similar to wisteria, but blooming in summer. Flowers are light violet-pink gathered in loose clusters 25 – 35 cm long. Blooming in June and July. Leaves are pinnate, consisting usually of 13 narrow ovate leaflets. Stems twine anticlockwise around supports. It may freeze during harsher winters. This variety starts blooming in the 4th-5th year after planting. Grows up to 2 – 2,5m. Native to Japan and Korea. Most abundant blooming occurs in sunny and sheltered sites. The plant tolerates average soil. Suitable for training along lower supports or as a shrub.
Bardzo dekoracyjne i odporne na mróz małe drzewko lub duży krzew dorastający do 3-5 m wysokości o pokroju rozłożystym. Gałęzie ma rozpostarte horyzontalnie ze zwisającymi końcami. Pędy brązowe do czerwonobrązowych, młode pokryte są włoskami. Liście sezonowe, lancetowate, sztywne, soczyście zielone, a jesienią ...
A beautiful upright spreading shrub with bright yellow foliage. The leaves are ornamentally significant and turn golden in fall. Grows to 2m tall. Produces large, flat clusters of white flowers in May and June. Glossy red berries ripen in autumn. Grows best in moderately fertile soil in full sun or light shade. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution. Makes a great color accent to any garden.
An attractive, prolific cultivar that sets fruit without pollination (parthenocarpic). Starts bearing fruit in the 1st-2nd year after planting. Its tasty, green, usually seedless fruit (Mini Kiwi) ripen in October and they have edible skin. Oval shaped, they reach 2.5 – 3.5 cm in lenghth and 1.5 – 2.5 cm in width. Flowers borne in the second half of May till the beginning of June are usually...
A vigorous climber growing 3-5 m high with dark glossy evergreen leaves. From March to May pale pink fragrant flowers, 4-6 cm across, appear on the plant. It requires a warm, sunny, sheltered site and fertile well-drained soil. It sustains temperatures down to -12 oC. Suitable for growing in large containers. It’s recommended for winter gardens.
A Polish variety developed by Szczepan Marczyński, offered for sale in 2011.
Its small purple flowers (3-4.5 cm in diameter) have intense pleasant scent. It produces abundant blossom in July-August and continues to bloom until early October. It has small, dark green leaves, which remains pleasant looking until autumn. Sunny stand recommended. It grows up to 3.5 m high. This plant can be grown on freestanding or wall-mounted supports, as well as on natural supports and in large containers, preferably against a pale background. This variety needs major pruning.
- bronze medal at Plantarium'2011
- silver medal at Flowers'2011, Moscow (Russia)
A spectacular, strong-growing climber reaching over 10m (up to 4m of annual growth). Large, handsome leaves turn scarlet in autumn giving a magnificent display. Very hardy with no special soil requirements. Suitable for climbing tall fences, arbors and strong supports.
Pruning: when it suppresses the growth of other plants. It's best done in late autumn or winter (before the vegetation period), or in summer after the stems have partially grown thick and woody; otherwise the vine will bleed sap.