Kerria japonica 'Honshu' - Japanese rose Kerria japonica 'Honshu' - Japanese rose
Kerria japonica - Japanese Kerria Family: Rosaceae (Ker-ria: named for William Kerr, Kew Gardener and Collector) Kerria japonica is a hardy (Zone 5) deciduous shrub that matures at 3 to 5 feet in height. Its a dense mounded plant with numerous slender, zigzagging branches that emerge …
Amazon.com | 18.09. 2007
Kniphofia 'Alcazar' - red hot poker, torch lily Kniphofia 'Alcazar' - red hot poker, torch lily
This red hot poker is one of the best of its kind. It offers the most dramatic colours as well as the longest blooming time in the season as it repeats flowering at the end of summer …
Koelreuteria paniculata - golden-rain tree Koelreuteria paniculata - golden-rain tree
Not many trees bloom in mid or even late summer when all the spring flowering beauties have only leaves. Golden-rain tree is one of the few. In late July/early August upto 30 cm long panicles of small, bright yellow flowers appear on this medium sized tree. The flowers can remain …
Kolkwitzia amabilis 'Maradco' - Beauty Bush Kolkwitzia amabilis 'Maradco' - Beauty Bush
Kolkwitzia amabilis Maradco - Dream Catcher Beauty Bush Family: Caprifoliaceae (Kolkwit-zia: named for Richard Kolkwitz, 1873, a German botany professor) Everyone agrees that Beauty Bush is spectacular in bloom but goes in hiding for the rest of the year. This is no longer the case …
Amazon.com | 10.07. 2007
Kroller-Muller Museum: The History of A Sculpture Garden Kroller-Muller Museum: The History of A Sculpture Garden
The sculpture garden at the Kroller-Muller Museum in Otterlo, the Netherlands, rolls on for more than 60 acres. It is not just one of the largest such outdoor art spaces in the world, but one of real cultural and historical significance, showcasing a unique overview of twentieth-century …
Amazon.com | 14.11. 2007
Kyoto Gardens Kyoto Gardens
Kyoto Gardens: A Virtual Stroll Through Zen Landscapes utilizes Apple Computers QuickTime VR technology to walk through 24 of Kyotos most renowned gardens. A seamless panorama of wood, sand, and stone lets users experience Japanese garden design and the world of Zen firsthand. Maps …
Amazon.com | 14.04. 2007