The most pink salvia nemorosa! Extremely floriferous new variety. Great ears bright intense pink compact. Massive and bins. Culture easier sun in ordinary soil. Indispensable dry garden.
Salvia pratensis 'Madeline'®(Sauge) Lamiaceae A novelty. Meadow sage that comes in two colors: blue and white. Embossed foliage (deciduous) and harbor high tuft. Massive support in blue geraniums for example. Cast off to a rise in September. Honey. Easy to grow in ordinary soil drainage.
A little unusual gem. Plant early flowering wood slot underground rhizomes naturalizing slowly. Pretty deeply lobed leaf round (spent). The pristine white flower-shaped "little lily" appears draped in its rolled sheet. Well drained soil humus, fresh.
Very hardy despite its exotic appearance, it substitutes melianthus major forms a large tuft structuring effect blue green foliage. Almost white pale pink flowers sway after flexible stems. Sol fees.
Plant with creeping rhizomes very, for large gardens, forming colonies with pretty persicaria, ligularia, salicaria, veronicastrum. Slightly fragrant double white flowers. Rich soil and fresh.
A wonderfully original variety a member of japan with purple mustard leaves backhand surface. White flowers. Suitable for pots or covers dombre floor with heuchères.
Saxifrage large round leaves, leathery, hairy, pine green and purple traveled dun white veining. Stolons and stems burgundy. Small flowers white butterflies. Fresh soil, humus, drained.
Smaller than the present case type, saxifrage slow growth is characterized by an evergreen, vegetable water cream and pink. Fine flower stems bearing small white flowers pink. Drained soil, humus.