Partial shade of flooring & dombre fresh brightly yellow foliage with a silver stripe along the midrib. Pink flowers. Association succeeded in mass or pots with heuchères or purple ajugas.
An amazing contrast between the black money and for this small ground cover laspect miniature ferns. To be installed in sun or partial shade in rich soil humus among dipheon pale blue clumps. Insignificant yellow green flowering.
Rare. Originally from china and japan this beautiful perennial brightens shady corners of the garden with its golden foliage. Port stands. Yellow spikes in late summer cream. Dry soil cool, humus or under cover of shrubs of trees.
Pretty graphic line for this perennial slow-growing. Leaves linear, steep and persistent létonnante traveled to olive green with orange stripes. Small white flowers. Hotpot, trough and rockery.
Ligularia 'Osiris Fantaisie'(Ligulaire)Asteraceae Foliage Ligulaire (void) leathery, notched and nascent corrugated purple color to a green covered with purple veins over the summer. Stems and foliage backhand are deep purple that contrasts nicely with the gold daisy flowers. Sol fees.
New. The remarkable high perennial foliage (void) heart-shaped ring, purple black - dark chocolate. Rapid growth. Large orange yellow daisies. Deau edges or massive expenses. Heavy soil, wet, clay, rich and deep.
Perennial imposing erected interesting by its summer flowering: big yellow orange daisies and its large leaves (deciduous) purple heart-shaped bronze that form beautiful round tufts basin edge or in partial shade. Sol fees.
Rarely offered. Small evergreen ground covers native pine woods, marshes and swamps south is of usa. Small succulent leaves surmounted delightful small purple-blue flowers stained white. Humus soil, drained, fresh to slightly dry.
Thrush family, this charming ground cover perennial is native to the asian forests. Compact evergreen leaves with tufts at the end of money. Small pale violet flowers grouped into ears. Ovoid fruits petrol blue. Drained soil, humus costs a little dry.
One of america lobelia plant. On reddish stems evergreen lanceolate erected forming a spreading tuft. Very long flowering. Narrow tubular flowers are declining in the yellow, orange and red orange yellow. Drained soil, humus, cool but supports drought.
Port compact and broad leaves for the new cultivar to lysimiaque labondante flowering ears short and very straight. Massive, hotpots. Good ground not too dry garden.