Introduction. Rare. Bergenia like plant producing stolons. Amidst evergreen, fleshy, hairy, purple silver, appear in winter bracts of white flowers pearly reflections. Fresh and drained soil in partial shade.
Fleshy rosette tuft of evergreen olive green leaves. Many small white flowers marked with pink lines to the very long flowering. Charming little plant that can colonize the cool areas of the garden. Use as planter.
A ruby coreopsis, rustic well, which bloom in the garden from june to october. Strong stems carrying an armful of small red flowers ruby heart dor. Deciduous end. Good flower bouquet. All drained soils, dry to fresh.
Named dogwood canada, this indispensable foliage groundcover (void) ribbed arranged rosette gives flowers to white bracts that produce edible fruits in bright red sweetish taste. Humus soil, drained, neutral to acid, a cool little cost.
Large rosette of leaves reminiscent of ferns subtle docre hues of rust and dorange. Tubulees yellow flowers in bloom continuously throughout the summer. If reseed spontaneously. Soil humus, dry fees.
This great corydalis, has a chocolate séclaire green foliage in summer. The graceful lavender flowers sharmonisent with unique colors of the foliage. Sol, fresh, drained, rich in humus.
Original succulent plant. Rustic, the steady growth in the form of small bronzai. Summer flowering. Small pink flowers completely covering the plant. Drained soil, sun. Good for stew or rockery plant.