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Hepatica transsilvanica 'Blue Jewel' - Blue Jewel Hepatica Plants / Perennials

Hepatica transsilvanica 'Blue Jewel'

Hepatica transsilvanica Blue Jewel Origin: The species is native to Romania. Masses of starry deep-blue flowers provide rich decoration in early spring over evergreen, mats of leathery, deep-green, tri-lobed foliage. This selection has larger flowers than the species and a very good color. Can be grown …

Ficus pumila 'Quercifolia' - Creeping Fig Plants / Climber Plants

Ficus pumila 'Quercifolia' - Creeping Fig

Tiny deep green leaves are deeply lobed. Not only is the individual leaf considerably smaller than the normal Creeping Fig, but each dimpled leaf is deeply lobed as if was a tiny oak leaf. More clumping than vining in habit, this is the choice for the sophisticated terrarium or living topiary. It is …

Abelia Confetti® 'Conti' - glossy abelia Plants / Evergreen Shrubs

Abelia Confetti® 'Conti' - glossy abelia

Abelia Confetti® can be the true dwarf jewel, for instance, in the evergreen group of your front yard. It has 2-3 cm long, pointed, glossy, semi-evergreen, variegated leaves with white margins and green centres. It blooms from July until October with pale pink, funnel-shaped, tiny flowers. …

Mahonia aquifolium 'Apollo' - Oregon grape Plants / Evergreen Shrubs

Mahonia aquifolium 'Apollo' - Oregon grape

An old-fashioned plant that is so easy to grow can turn into a jewel in your garden if you give it what it needs. We are used to seeing it in country gardens where it does not look its best, often put in the silliest corner, just waiting for the autumn to be sheared like sheep for the attractive evergreen …