Viridissima species of Golden bell originates in China. Bronxensis is one of its few but truly fantastic varieties valued for very attractive semi-evergreen foliage and primrose yellow, bell-shaped flowers in early spring (April in zone 6). Leaves are soft green, glossy, narrowly lance-shaped, and heavily
Flowering dogwood is quite an unusual shrub or small tree which draws your attention all year round: in the spring it has very showy large petal-like coloured bracts, and its leaves turn to beautiful colours early in the autumn.
This evergreen shrub is a commonly known favourite especially in Britain and in milder parts of humid regions of Germany and Benelux. The first specimen was brought from Japan to Europe in 1783, and has been sought after ever since for its unusual shape of foliage and beautiful variegation on some cultivars.
Glennform (RAINBOW PILLAR®) is a unique variety of shedblow serviceberry with upright, columnar growth that is suitable for small gardens and hedges. In April it produces numerous star-shaped, white, scented flowers that are followed by small, spherical berries. These are ready to be picked when their
Yulan magnolia is the most spectacular species among white flowering magnolias. The flowers are snow white and appear on bare branches in April. The bark is quite dark and offers a nice contrast to the flowers.
Lanarth is another breathtaking rare magnolia. It belongs to campbelli group which originated in Nepal and India. Its full name is Magnolia campbellii subsp. mollicomata Lanarth. This one, however, comes from Yunnan Province in China, where it was raised from a seed in 1924 by a famous collector George
Border Forsythia - Forsythia x intermedia Forsythia x intermedia is an ornamental deciduous shrub of garden origin. The shrub has an upright habit with arching branches and grows to 3 to 4 metres high.
Aloe Yucca - Yucca aloifolia Family: Asparagaceae Yucca aloifolia is the type species for the genus Yucca. Common names include aloe yucca, dagger plant, and Spanish bayonet. It grows in sandy soils, especially
Peanut - Arachis hypogaea Synonyms: Arachis hypogea Other names: Groundnut Family: Fabaceae - Legumes The peanut, also known as the groundnut and the goober and taxonomically classified as Arachis hypogaea,
Sugar Cane - Saccharum officinarum Other names: Sugarcane Family: Poaceae Sugarcane, or sugar cane, are several species of tall perennial true grasses of the genus Saccharum, tribe Andropogoneae, native