Perennial evergreen diris, arranged like a fan. The cream yellow flowers are arranged in superposed rings atop sturdy stems. A fresh install, well drained soil.
Groundcover plant rapidly developing (1 m2 in the year). Leaves round, tiny, of a golden green very fresh. The greenish flowers pass totally unnoticed. Culture in a shady, damp rock, near a waterfall pot.
Magnificent canadian solidago the light and elegant port. Tuft arched branches with toothed leaves, hairy bending under large ears tiny golden yellow flowers. Long flowering. For floral art. All soils.
Named as dours ears, this small ground cover semi-evergreen silver velvet found a perfect use of solid edge where it will form colonies dagréables that will prevent the spread of grass. Does not flower.
A large épiaire unfortunately unknown. Beautiful deciduous rough and embossed green franc. Superb large flowering violet purple spikes. Easy garden: all land drained. Indispensable in mass.
Gender disregarded the autumn-flowering perennial with tall grasses forming clumps, bushy bearing small purple blue tubular flowers. A partner with acteae (silver candles). Fresh and humus soil.