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Veronica prostrata 'Blauspiegel'

2019
Baptisia

Veronica prostrata 'Blauspiegel'

2018
Astrantia

Veronica prostrata 'Blauspiegel'

2017
Geranium

Veronica prostrata 'Blauspiegel'

2016
Veronicastrum

Perennial phlox season

2015
phlox

Perennial phlox season

2014
Salvia

Aster perennial season

2013
Aster

Nepeta perennial season

2012
Nepeta

Campanula perennial season

2011
Campanula

Helenium perennial season

2010
I Helenice

Echinacea perennial season

2009
Echinacea

Veronica prostrata 'Blauspiegel'

2008
Scaly

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2007
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Assortment of hybrid autumn asters

Aster Little Carlow

This post is the latest in a series of articles on the fall astrách. Complements previous hybrid varieties, which are, especially in the last period, an important part of the range.
Aster 'Anja's Choice'
Newer perspective variety of Dutch breeder Piet Oudolf. Pale purple flowers with a diameter of around 2,5 cm, thick compact tuft fixed straight stems grow to a height of about 1 when 1,2 m and have a very nice habit. It belongs to late varieties, suitable for flowerbeds and to cut.

Drobnokvěté autumn aster

Aster ericoides Golden Spray

In previous articles we have been reinforced and well selected the three most frequently used types of fall aster – And. dumosus, And. new-belgii and A. New-England. From the autumn asters, however, we can also find other kinds, whose product range is narrower, but they are no less important horticultural practice. Most of them have smaller flowers, as well as the previous mentioned types, asters and these come from North America.

Aster-belgii

Symphyotrichum novi-belgii Gayborder Blue

Complex autumn aster – asters – It includes several species, of which the most important and also the largest in terms of number of varieties include A. dumosus, Aster-belgii and A. New-England. Often they are grown as well, and. ericides, And. cordifolius a A. lateriflorus with smaller flowers, the number of varieties, however, is considerably lower. Furthermore, we find in the market are also many interspecific hybrids.
The following article is devoted to the species Aster Virginia – Aster-belgii, which is considered the most important horticultural. As …

Aster novae-England

Aster novae-England Harrington Pink

Like other species of the group of. aster autumn – asters, comes the New England aster (Aster novae-England) from North America. Dresses with an average of around 5 cm bloom from August to October and have a strikingly narrow jazykovitými florets. Odlišovacím distinctive feature from other horticultural species is harshly hairy surface of the whole plant. Stems bottom dřevnatějí, branches in particular in the upper part. Native species and older varieties belong to the high trvalkám, usually grow to a height …

Aster dumosus

Symphyotrichum dumosus Peter Harrison

Favorite trailing perennial with rhizomes forming dense mats, at the time of flowering completely covered the flowers, and it is one of the more heavily prošlechtěných species of North American aster – asters. This species has long been found in our gardens to their stable place.
As mentioned in the article about Aster Virginia in the previous edition, the inclusion of varieties, there are some discrepancies. Thanks to the inclusion of different varieties in continental Europe and the UK (where varieties A. dumosus i A. novi-belgium state …

North American news from the Asteraceae family in an assortment of perennials

Ratibida-pinnata

Native North American plants are grown in culture many (hawking. plamenky - Phlox, Aster - Aster, or Turany - Erigeron), but there is still much to discover and expand the range. many growers, horticulturists and gardeners are focused on saving species, suitable for eg. in more or less dry conditions with a minimum of additional irrigation. A number of such species can be found in the North American prairies or steppe and many of them can be without any problems even grow in culture. As an example, news can mark. these …

Asclepias

Asclepias tuberosa

milkweed (Asclepias) (Asclepiadaceae) not too often grown trvalkám, which is a shame, because of the conditions in culture are not too demanding a minimum of care to reward her exotic beauty and interesting habitus inflorescences. The name is derived from the name of one of the greatest physicians of antiquity, Asklépia z Thessaly.
It is a perennial herb with dřevnatějící base with several straight stalks that grow out of creeping rhizome. The leaves are opposite, v přeslenu, rarely alternate. Flowers in terminal or axillary panicles or individual. The crown is white, yellow-orange, pink, red or greenish with very …

Perennial mixture of public green

Workshop Dendrological Garden

Cornelia Pacalaj1 a Wolfgang Borchardt2
1LVG Erfurt – Institut of Education and Research in Gardening, Department of Landscaping in : 99085 Erfurt, Leipziger Str. 75 a, Germany, phone: 0049361-3789726, e-mail: c.pacalaj@lvg-erfurt.de,
2 Fachhochschule Erfurt (FHE) – University of Applied Sciences, Department of Landscape Architecture, phone: 0049361-6700267, e-mail: borchardt@la.fh-erfurt.de

Tradescantia – spiderwort

Tradescantia-andersoniana

Perennial podeňky or tradeskancie (Tradescantia) from the family Commelinaceae belong in our gardens so far to little-known trvalkám. Although it, particularly in the detail view, of real gems, the gardens are often unfairly overlooked.
In outdoor conditions, such as perennials are grown mainly hybrids, which now belong to the Tradescantia x andersoniana. It is a hybrid Tradescantia virginiana and other species (All are native to North America). In the older literature we can be found with the inclusion of varieties …