A small dahlia, semi-rustic, very floriferous with single pink flowers washed with a subtle shades of pink. Beautiful dark purple foliage (deciduous). Very compact habit. Ideal for planters or borders of beds. Good flowers to cut. Any slightly cool drained soil.
A small dahlia, half hardy, floriferous with single flowers delicate shades of colors pink, salmon and apricot dark heart. Benefits from: compact and a delicious chocolate foliage. Massive and bins. Bulbs dug up if the temperature drops below -6 °. Any land drained a little chilly.
Rhyzomatous plant of banks and cool places which bloom in umbels of grouped white pink flowers. The foliage that appears after flowering is deciduous, circular and toothy. Banks, massive wet even heavy and clayey, rich in humus.
Desmodium canadense is a species of flowering plant in the legume family, Fabaceae. It is native to eastern North America.
Perennial plant with trifoliate leaves and a cluster of pale pink flowers in mid or late summer. Fruits are short, hook-shaped hairs that facilitate seed dispersal by attaching to animal hair and human clothing. The flowers of this species are pleasantly scented and are visited by many bees and other insects.
The eye of dautrefois gardens. Small eyelet forming beautiful evergreen foliage bluish gray tufts. Fragrant flowers, white with deeply indented row of petals double. Good cut flowers for bouquets. Drained soil, limestone.
Adorable engraved silver foliage décrin serving on numerous flowers scented cream that recur throughout the summer. Beautiful plant forming clumps. Azaleas and rhododendrons accompanies beautifully.
High vivace slowly forms a dense clump. White flowers grouped in clusters charged with flammable volatile aromatic oils in hot weather for a détincelles show. Lemony, aromatic deciduous foliage. All drained soil, even chalky, dry to fresh.