Acanthus mollis 'Whitewater'®(Acanthe) Acanthaceae A new graphic and vigorous selection. Green semi-evergreen splashed dun rime. White and pink flowers used in bouquets upright. Beautiful to raise massive and stews. Drained soil, rich, fresh to slightly dry.
Achillea 'Terracotta' (Achillée) AsteraceaeThe flowers yellow pale orange salmon illuminate your borders from july to october. Dry soil plant, easy to grow, requiring only quà be regularly divided. Excellent dried flower.
Achillea millefolium 'Cherry Queen'(Achillée) Asteraceae A beautiful raspberry color for this yarrow to sturdy stems and fine cut foliage, lapse. Beautiful countryside for dry bouquets. Carefree plant that adapts to any type of soil. Cast off after the first flowering to see it bloom again.
Achillea ptarmica 'Boule de Neige' (Achillée) Asteraceae Plant rhizomes creeping, charming and vigorous, it blooms longer in small white pompoms. Fold short for a second flowering. Can be dried. Cool even clay soil, tolerates partial shade.
This small linear leaves, shiny, gilded, very nice effect of a basin's edge or in shaded hotpot. Spiky foliage, semi-evergreen. Slow growth. Ordinary soil, marshy submerged at -10 cm.
Actaea japonica 'Cheju-Do'(Cierge d'argent) Ranunculaceae New obtaining named dune japanese island. Candle silver compact (80 cm) with a nice foliage (void) of water silvery bright green in spring and late flowering late summer. Many white spikes. Massif in wood bins. Humus soil, drained and fresh.
Actaea pachypoda (Cierge d'argent) Ranunculaceae Spring flowering for this silver candle. White Swab followed by a remarkable and long fruiting (6 weeks) in clusters with red stems bearing white berries pierced with a "little eye". Fine foliage (deciduous) cut. Earth drained humus and fresh.