Rare. Originally from china, this curious plant with creeping rhizomes and fleshy heart-shaped leaves in late winter, modest but graceful white flowers with prominent yellow center. Clay soil, humus and fresh.
Alpine belle rapid growth creeping rhizomes. Large graceful stalks of flowers "butterfly" white. Deciduous foliage. Background massif.tout drained soil, dry and poor.
Must perennial. Countless small white daisies pink yellow heart, forming a cloud swaying in the wind, which gives the plant a fuzzy appearance. A flowering period of record. Reseed themselves abundantly.
Perennial charming, family gérmaniums perennials, evergreen silver in forming compact tufts rock, solid edge and hotpot. Long white flowers veined with purple blotches. Soil drainage.
Spectacular thistle blue green evergreen vegetable water white cream that is tinted in winter pink shades. Abundant white thistle flowers porcelain lends itself well to fresh or dried bouquets. Dry soil, drainage.
Bulbous perennial native to southern dafrique deploying large leaves lance-shaped green purple. Large exotic flowers purple white pineapple. Hotpot, exotic massif. Winter drained soil, fresh.
New eucomis. A very compact and extremely floriferous this beautiful bulbous. Leaves (deciduous) lanceolate to corrugated board. Architecture with its large exotic flowers "pineapple" lavender pink and green coconut fragrance. Drained soil, humus costs a little dry.
Spurge, after him. Martini. Compact form. Evergreen, kaleidoscope cream, green blue is tinting of red, pink and orange in winter. Chartreuse yellow flowers. Massif tray. All-drained soil, drought resistant.
Iced version of tasmanian tiger leuphorbe which it originated. Refreshing green evergreen of water jock money. Inflorescences white bracts of water green eye cream. Massif tray. Culture easy in any soil drainage.
Great architectural euphorbia the persistent bluish foliage. Long luminous flower in february. Flowers in spikes giant fluorescent lemon yellow without black macula. Ordinary soil, even poor and dry.
This marsh spurge forms large clumps branched murky green foliage. Charteux green bracts yellow flowers. Moist, swampy preferably, but very tolerant of drought.