Salix caprea - Weeping Pussywillow Salix caprea - Weeping Pussywillow
French Pussy Willow (Salix caprea) French Pink Pussy Willow. Multi-stemmed shrub grown for its silver pink catkins. Cut back yearly to produce long shoots …
Amazon.com | 30.07. 2007
Salix chaenomeloide - Giant Pussy Willow Salix chaenomeloide - Giant Pussy Willow
Catkins the size of a rabbit s foot. Rare According to an old Polish legend, many springtimes ago a mother cat was crying at the bank of the river in which her kittens were drowning. The willows at the river s edge longed to help her, so they swept their long graceful branches into …
Amazon.com | 06.08. 2007
Salix integra 'Alba Maculata' - Hakuro Nishi Japanese Dappled Willow Salix integra 'Alba Maculata' - Hakuro Nishi Japanese Dappled Willow
A Japanese plant with striking white-green-pink foliage. Slender branches are always moving in the breeze. Regular shearing is necessary to maintain leaf variegation. Very popular in Europe and gaining momentum in U.S. Also can be trained into an unusual bonsai specimum …
Amazon.com | 14.08. 2007
Salix integra 'Flamingo' - Dappled Willow Salix integra 'Flamingo' - Dappled Willow
A Japanese plant with striking white-green-pink foliage. Slender branches are always moving in the breeze. Regular shearing is necessary to maintain leaf variegation. Very popular in Europe and gaining momentum in U.S. Also can be trained into an unusual bonsai specimum …
Amazon.com | 27.07. 2007
Sambucus nigra 'Black Beauty' - European elder Sambucus nigra 'Black Beauty' - European elder
Aren’t the breeders krafty, I often say to myself. Take European elder, for instance. This omnipresent shrub grows anywhere, without any maintenance and the more you prune it the thicker it gets. Well, what a promising start for cultivation, someone said. And here we are! So forget …
Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem' - false spirea Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem' - false spirea
False spirea is a valuable plant for small sized gardens as it quickly fills limited space with mass of beautiful leaves. It is a woody plant spreading with suckers like some perennials. Its leaves are fresh green during summer, pinnate, and look like service-tree leaves but are finer …
Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem' - false spirea Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem' - false spirea
False spirea is a valuable plant for small sized gardens as it quickly fills limited space with mass of beautiful leaves …
Stewartia pseudocamellia var.koreana - Korean stewartia, false camellia Stewartia pseudocamellia var.koreana - Korean stewartia, false camellia
This false camellia – Korean stewartia is very similar to its Japanese sister stewartii pseudocamellia. It comes from moist woodlands of Korea and it is a tall shrub flowering in summer and has beautiful autumn foliage …
Syringa josikaea - Hungarian lilac Syringa josikaea - Hungarian lilac
Lilacs are common and reliable shrubs of our climate. So it is clear that we will not offer you something that can be seen at every corner, but speciality plants that look a bit different and bring something extraordinary to your beautiful garden …
Syringa juliana 'George Eastman' - Weeping Lilac Syringa juliana 'George Eastman' - Weeping Lilac
Syringa - Lilac ; Family: Oleaceae ; (Syrin-ga: Greek for pipe) George Eastman ; A true color breakthrough. Magnificent wine-red buds and deep cerise-pink blooms. Superb, smaller, upright form. A chance seedling discovered in Durand-Eastman Park in Rochester, NY. (S. julianae, Clark-Fenicchina) …
Amazon.com | 02.08. 2007
Dwarf Korean Lilac Syringa meyeri - Dwarf Korean Lilac
Korean lilac is an upright, densely branched deciduous shrub with dark green velvety foliage. Soft pink to lavender flower clusters tip the branches for a lovely spring accent. Excellent for borders, screens and hedges. Full sun. Slow grower to 6 to 10 feet high, 5 to 6 feet wide …
Amazon.com | 30.05. 2007
Syringa oblata - Early Lilac Syringa oblata - Early Lilac
Native to Korea this lilac is hardy from zones 4-8. It grows 10-12 feet tall and prefers sun or partial shade. Has lilac-purple flowers in the spring that are very fragrant. The leaves are dark bluish green with a reddish-purple fall color. This is a very hardy lilac. It also makes …
Amazon.com | 15.10. 2007
Syringa vulgaris 'Primrose' - common lilac Syringa vulgaris 'Primrose' - common lilac
Lilacs are famous shrubs with showy flowers from May to June. Rich and dense upright panicles of tiny fragrant flowers last for 3-4 weeks. Variety Primrose has yellow-green buds and light creamy yellow flowers. Stiff leaves are heart-shaped, upto 10 cm long, mid to dark green …
Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation' - lilac Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation' - lilac
Lilacs are famous shrubs with showy flowers from May to June. Rich and dense upright panicles of tiny, fragrant flowers last for 3-4 weeks. Sensation is a variety with a perfect name. Its individual flowers are deep purple to violet with rich, white margins = an eye-catcher even for …
Syringa x hyacinthiflora 'Pocahontas' - Pocahontas Lilac Syringa x hyacinthiflora 'Pocahontas' - Pocahontas Lilac
Pocahontas Lilac will extend the lilac season, as it is an extremely hardy, earlier blooming variety. Get a jump on your neighbors as your yard will color up 2 weeks earlier, the maroon-purple buds opening to fragrant, single, deep violet blooms. The flowers from your Syringa Pocahontas …
Amazon.com | 30.04. 2011