Paeonia lactiflora 'Lotus Queen' - Peony Paeonia lactiflora 'Lotus Queen' - Peony
Peony - Paeonia(Lactiflora hybr.) Lotus Queen Hardy zone: 3-8 Blooming Time: May-June Height: 35 /88cm Family: Paeoniaceae Origin: Hybrid origin …
Amazon.com | 14.11. 2007
Paeonia lutea var. ludlowii - Tree Peony Paeonia lutea var. ludlowii - Tree Peony
The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it s no wonder why they have long been a perennial favorite. Peony clumps may survive for up to as long as 50 years, so it is advisable …
Amazon.com | 14.11. 2007
Paeonia suffruticosa - tree peony Paeonia suffruticosa - tree peony
Tree peonies are beautiful, woody shrubs. Unlike the perennial type, these make woody branches that slowly form a low, mounding shrub. Flowers are large, often double or full, of all possible colours – white, cream, yellow, orange, various shades of pink, purple and red, even violet …
Paeonia tenuifolia - Fern Leaf Peony Paeonia tenuifolia - Fern Leaf Peony
The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it s no wonder why they have long been a perennial favorite. Peony clumps may survive for up to as long as 50 years, so it is advisable …
Amazon.com | 30.07. 2007
Pachypodium Lamerei - Madagascar Palm Pachypodium Lamerei - Madagascar Palm
The Madagascar Palm is native to the island of Madagascar. Also known as Madagascar palms. The deep green leaves are long with a glossy look to them. The trunk is smooth grayish silver. Spines are in clusters of three and are sharp and strong. The flowers are white with yellow in …
Amazon.com | 18.11. 2007
Panax ginseng - Asian ginseng Panax ginseng - Asian ginseng
Korean Ginseng is part of the Araliaceae family and is also known as Panax, Asian, or Chinese ginseng. It is the original ginseng, and is the one revered most by the Chinese. It is very rare in the wild, and most sold today is cultivated commercially. Peeled roots are steamed before …
Amazon.com | 15.10. 2007
Panicum virgatum 'Prairie Sky' - switchgrass Panicum virgatum 'Prairie Sky' - switchgrass
Switchgrass comes from Canada and USA and its variety “Prairie Sky” offers the bluest possible version of it. Erect leaves tend to arch in its last third. Beginning of autumn it produces long spikes of broad, weeping panicles of tiny flowers. It is best grown in sunny and warm …
Papaver commutatum 'Ladybird' - Flanders Poppy Papaver commutatum 'Ladybird' - Flanders Poppy
Charming relative of the corn field poppy producing shining crimson single blooms with a black blotch. Easy and cheerful. Flowers summer. Height 45cm (18in) …
Amazon.com | 21.10. 2007
Papaver somniferum - Breadseed Poppy Papaver somniferum - Opium Poppy
This seed has been saved for generations for its beautiful show of lavender flowers which are followed by closed seed pods filled with poppy seeds. The blue bread seeds can be harvested and used for baking. (85 days) Approx.: 150 seeds per pack. Heirloom. Grows 1-2 tall. Reseeds readily …
Amazon.com | 20.09. 2007
Papaver somniferum 'Hens and Chickens' - Opium Poppy Papaver somniferum 'Hens and Chickens' - Opium Poppy
The Hens and Chickens Poppy has large, lilac flowers followed by seedpods that are arranged as a large pod surrounded by several small pods like a mother hen & her chicks. Extremely decorative, they are in much demand for dried flower arrangements …
Amazon.com | 16.09. 2007
Parthenocissus tricuspidata 'Veitchii' - Boston Ivy Parthenocissus tricuspidata 'Veitchii' - Boston Ivy
This variety of Boston ivy has shallow-lobed leaves, creating a jagged appearance. It is an excellent clinging deciduous vine which is most well-known for its amazing autumn foliage colours. Rich and intense hues of scarlet, fiery purplish red, yellow and orange light up with the …
A.B.I.E.S. s.r.o. | 22.10. 2007
Passiflora mollissima - Banana Passion Flower Passiflora mollissima - Banana Passion Flower
Banana Passion Fruit (Passiflora mollissima). A yellow, oval shaped passion fruit with bright yellow skin and orange pulp. Pulp is edible and very tasty. Often used in juice making …
Amazon.com | 30.06. 2007
Passiflora quadrangularis - Giant Granadilla Passiflora quadrangularis - Giant Granadilla
The largest fruit in its genus, the giant granadilla, Passiflora quadrangularis L. (syn. P. macrocarpa M.T. Mast.), is often called merely grenadilla, or parcha. The vine is fast-growing, large, coarse, herbaceous but woody at the x, arising from a fleshy root that becomes enlarged …
Amazon.com | 02.08. 2007
Passiflora 'Incense' - Passion Flower Passiflora 'Incense' - Passion Flower
Very fast growing vine to 10-20 ft, sometimes longer. This variety is a hybrid between two hardy passion flower species (Passiflora incarnata and P. cinnicata), and as a result, is very hardy itself, surviving temperatures below 0 F. Vines will die back upon temperatures below 32F …
Amazon.com | 24.09. 2007
Passiflora 'Inspiration’ - Passion Flower Passiflora 'Inspiration’ - Passion Flower
Large flowers, deep purple color and fragrance are brought together in this passion flower. A hybrid of Roland Fischer of Germany. Hardy Zone 8 and higher for outdoors. Great indoors, too! Full sun, grows to 1-3 in container, minimum temperature indoors 50°, blooms in spring and …
Amazon.com | 27.09. 2007
Paeonia lactiflora 'Do Tell' - Peony Paeonia lactiflora 'Do Tell' - Peony
A heavy bloomer is this single with deep magenta-pink flowers, the flowers have a small yellow center of stamens and blooms early. Plants grow 22 inches tall. The Queen of Garden Flowers! We offer the best, free blooming varieties. Flowers are 5-7 across. During late spring-early …
Amazon.com | 06.06. 2007
Pachyforms 2: Bonsai Succulents Pachyforms 2
Bonsai Succulents | This is the second volume of Pachyforms, a series that focuses on the cultivation of sculptural plants characterized by unusually thick or globose bodies. It is also the first book dedicated to the use of succulent plants as bonsai and is illustrated with 500 color …
Amazon.com | 03.07. 2007
Painted Garden Art Anyone Can Do Painted Garden Art Anyone Can Do
Turn ordinary rocks as well as manufactured stepping stones and borders, into colorful and attractive artwork for any yard or garden. Lin Wellford makes it easy with step by step instructions, color photographs and full size patterns. Eleven projects in all, including a Faux Fish …
Amazon.com | 06.07. 2007
Palms and Cycads: A Complete Guide to Selecting, Growing and Propagating Palms and Cycads
A Complete Guide to Selecting, Growing and Propagating | Providing comprehensive information on care and cultivation, as well as sound advice on determining perfect plant location, this reference profiles 99 palm and 17 cycad species. Plantlovers looking to add a tropical accent to …
Amazon.com | 18.07. 2007
Palms Won't Grow Here and Other Myths Palms Won't Grow Here and Other Myths
Warm-Climate Plants for Cooler Areas | Palms that grow in Canada? Bananas that overwinter in Michigan? How about southern crape myrtles that flower in Birmingham, England, instead of Birmingham, Alabama? Although the voice of authority — and nursery labels — might say, You can …
Amazon.com | 08.04. 2007
Passiflora: Passionflowers of the World Passiflora
Passionflowers of the World | Since they were first described in Europe in the 16th century, passionflowers have held a special fascination among plant collectors for their bold, beautiful, complicated blossoms and delectable passionfruits. Most are perennial climbers, but some are …
Amazon.com | 06.04. 2007
Passion Flowers Passion Flowers
Lost flower of the Andes is blooming in Britain. This headline in the Daily Telegraph celebrated the last remaining example of Passiflora lourdesae, a Venezuelan herbaceous climber that was raised from a cutting by John Vanderplank--the only successful attempt from a dozen cuttings …
Amazon.com | 07.05. 2007