A very robust perennial from the Balkans, decorating the garden with flor and foliage. White-pink flowers from June to July in large, ornamental candles, which also look very decorative as a fruit stand. Clumpy growth from 60 to 100 cm in height. Permeable and nutrient-rich soil in sun to partial shade. Perennial is known as a template for the Acanthuskapitelle the Corinthian columns. A real solitaire.
An impressive specimen plant for partial shade to shade, which forms large rosettes of lush green foliage. From July to August rise to 150 cm high flower candles, which adorned even after flowering well into late autumn. Width up to 1 m.
A very nice crossing for the partially shaded to shady area. The broad-lanceolate and slightly feathered leaves stand out due to their strong marginal lacing and brighten up many a dark garden corner. Very rich flowering variety with large, light pink to white flower candles up to 110 cm in height. Solitaire perennial. Protection against winter wet and winter sun.
One of the climbing monkshoods, in this variety with dark wine-red flowers from August to September. On a suitable climbing aid in partial shade to the sun, he can quickly climb to 2.5 m in the course of a summer. Fresh and humusous location required. The plant has no special climbing organs, it winds up like a climbing bean. An unusual but attractive appearance.
A sturdy monkshood that grows to a height of 1.50 m and grows large and branched, grape-like inflorescences with large flowers in the middle of summer from July to September. The flower color is a deep blue purple with special color depth. Works particularly well on the edge of the wood or in conjunction with rhododendrons.
A very decorative monkshood with striking, pure white flower candles from the end of June to August. Dark green shiny foliage. Compact and tight upright growth up to 100 cm in height. A sturdy wild perennial for the romantic garden in partial shade.
This variety of White Baneberry delights with silvery-coated, blue-green foliage. It forms a compact deciduous plant from which large, white flower spikes up to 90 cm in height from April to May. In late summer, the perennial adorns with large fruit stalks full of white berries on contrasting, dark red stems. A wonderful addition to the shadow garden. A re-launch of the Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware, USA.
Full sunshine location; compact growth up to 70 cm height; pale blue umbels from June to July; densely leafy, long-lived perennial with very narrow, ornamental foliage; bright yellow-orange autumn coloration; a very elegant appearance.
A compact hybrid with particularly large flowers in rich blue represents this outstanding perennial. It grows to a harmonious deciduous bush of 40 to 50 cm in height and width and turns golden yellow in late summer. Foliage lasts for at least a month. This variety was picked in Connecticut in the "Sunny Border Nursery" by Michael Dodge in a seedling bed by A. tabernaemontana. It is believed that it is a cross with A. montana or A. orientalis.
This is the pure species of nature, a very robust and decorative perennial from the plains of North America. A dark Bordeaux-red shoots will change in the spring into shiny, emerald-green, lanceolate leaves on sturdy stems of max. 100 cm high, with many star-shaped, sky-to-ice-blue flowers on top. Grows slowly, but after years forms an attractive, hemispherical deciduous bush, which also adorns in the flowerless state. From the end of August, the foliage begins to turn yellow-orange and holds this autumn color until October. Very nice to grasses in full sun.
A fantastic wild plant treasure for the light shade. These relatives of our native wood anemone bloom with bright, golden yellow flowers over a wreath of leaves. With this special variety, the flowers are completely filled, which means they bloom for a particularly long time. Over time, these special spring bloomers form dense carpets that move in in summer.
A wonderful new introduction from Japan. In contrast to most other angelica, this species is a long-lived perennial that carries a myriad of white umbel flowers on darkly colored and richly branched, tall stems. The flowering time is unusually long, from late June to early October. This perennial is particularly useful for the insect world, as umbelliferae are often overlooked as nectar and butterfly plants. The seed was collected in 2005 by Sue and Bleddyn Wynn-Jones in the mountain forests near Nagano in cool northwestern Japan.
This Purple Cowparsley is characterized already during the leaf shoot by its almost black foliage and carries the variety name "Ravenswing" completely right. From April to June it contrasts very impressively with the pale pink to white flower umbels. Can be conceived and should have the opportunity. In order to increase the longevity of the perennial plant, we recommend a complete pruning after the first seedset. For sun to partial shade in combination with light foliage colors. Insect plant.
Also known as Slicedleaved Goatsbeard, this historic shade plant captivates with its elegantly slotted foliage. By comparison with other Goatsbeards smaller size of max. 1.20 m high ideal for smaller gardens or in the agreement of low-impact perennials. Creamy white flower spikes from June to July. Due to the fine foliage texture rich in contrast with large-leaved shadow perennials to use. Was 1889 in the villa garden of the factory owner Hr. C. Kneiff found. Unfortunately, slowly growing.
A fantastic selection of our native species with attractive leaf drawing. Over the years, mats of dense foliage form up to 10 cm high. Grows very slowly, half-evergreen, evergreen when protected against winter sun. Ideal for discerning with other, weak-growing shade shrubs. Very drought tolerant.
A selection from the nature by Bleddyn and Sue Wynn-Jones from 1993 by the Taipingshan from 1885 m. Decorative, heart-shaped, cyclamen-like foliage with a uniform, light green pattern is the main ornament of the plant. The large blossoms in mixed shades of brown and purple are close to the ground. The rhizome slowly creeps over the ground, for full to partial shade on a humus rich, well drained soil.
The rare species with the most beautiful flowers of all. It forms a compact plant up to 15 cm in height and width. Shiny, deeply heart-shaped leaves with silver-gray drawing, evergreen. The flowers are of deep velvet black with a white band around the black center. Grows much faster than other Asarum. A special perennial for the shade garden.
The Big Masterwort is an asset to the garden in every way. It is a robust wild perennial found in the European mountains from the Pyrenees to the Caucasus. The up to 50 cm high inflorescence rises from a basal rosette of leaf-like leaves with star-shaped umbellate flowers, which still adorn in the wilted state. Like all Umbelliferae very good nectare spender. For partial shade to shade, robust and vigorous.
This is one of the newer varieties that represents a true range enrichment. Through its appearance, it still carries the romantic character of wild perennials in itself, but is much more flowering and sun-tolerant than the pure kind. The flower color changes from silver-gray on light pink to the most delicate green, a charming play of colors. A pruning after the first flowering promotes remounting in late summer and autumn.
Amongst the large number of permanent new launches, this variety of large Masterwort still stands out with its particularly dark flower and the ability to remount (after pruning). It stay with max. 40 cm height lower than the species and grows slower. The flower color is a dark bordeaux red with a lighter center of flower. As location we recommend partial shade, in the full sun it fades too fast.