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Leontopodium alpinum, commonly known as Edelweiss is a very curious looking alpine with soft white-felted flowers held above narrow green leaves. It is a small, perennial plant native to the mountains of Europe, including the Alps. The plant grows to about 5-20cm in height and forms dense, cushion-like mats of foliage. The leaves are densely arranged, covered with white hairs, and have a woolly texture. The flowers are small, star-shaped, and also covered in white hairs, with a yellow central disc. Edelweiss is known for its beauty and rarity, and has been used as a symbol of Swiss Alpine regions for centuries. In gardens, Edelweiss is often used in rock gardens, alpine gardens, or as a groundcover in sunny, well-drained areas. It prefers cool, dry conditions and is relatively low-maintenance once established.
Helianthemum 'Cerise Queen' is a low-growing, spreading shrub that belongs to the rock rose family. It typically grows to a height of around 30cm and spreads up to 50cm. The plant produces masses of large, bright cerise-pink flowers with yellow centres that bloom from late spring through to mid-summer. The flowers are about 3cm in diameter and have a crepe-like texture. The leaves are small, dark green, and evergreen, providing interest all year round. Helianthemum 'Cerise Queen' prefers a well-drained soil in full sun, and it's tolerant of dry conditions. It's a great plant for rock gardens, slopes, and borders, and it can also be grown in containers. Pruning is generally not necessary, but deadheading the spent flowers can encourage more blooms. This plant is attractive to bees and other pollinators, making it a great addition to a wildlife garden.
Dianthus 'Dinetta Purple' is a flowering perennial known for its prolific blooms and sweet fragrance. The plant produces masses of purple-pink flowers on sturdy stems from late spring to early summer. The flowers have a fringed or serrated edge, and a sweet, spicy fragrance that is attractive to bees and other pollinators. The leaves of Dianthus 'Dinetta Purple' are narrow and grey-green in colour, forming a compact, mounding clump of evergreen foliage. The plant can grow up to 20 cm in height. 'Dinetta Purple' is a hardy plant that can tolerate a wide range of growing conditions. It prefers well-drained soil and full sun.It is a low-maintenance plant that requires little care beyond occasional watering and deadheading of spent flowers. Overall, Dianthus 'Dinetta Purple' is an attractive and versatile plant that adds a splash of colour and sweet fragrance to any garden setting. Its hardiness, versatility, and low-maintenance nature make it a popular choice among gardeners of all levels of experience.
Sedum sediforme Gold, also known as Golden Stonecrop, is a low-growing succulent plant that belongs to the Crassulaceae family. It is native to Europe and can grow up to 10 cm in height and 30 cm in width. The plant features small, round leaves that are light green and yellow-gold in colour, giving it a shimmering appearance. In summer, the plant produces tiny star-shaped, creamy-yellow flowers that attract pollinators. It is a hardy plant that is drought-tolerant and can thrive in poor soil conditions, making it a popular choice for rock gardens, borders, and containers.
Acaena microphylla 'Kupferteppich' is a captivating ground cover plant that adds a unique touch to any garden or landscape. With its distinctive coppery foliage and low-growing habit, 'Kupferteppich' is an eye-catching variety of Acaena that brings both beauty and functionality to your outdoor space. Acaena is a ground-hugging plant, reaching a height of only a few centimeters and spreading up to 30-40 cm. It forms a dense, weed-suppressing mat that helps to keep the soil protected and minimises the need for additional maintenance. The coppery foliage provides year-round interest, making 'Kupferteppich' an attractive option for ground cover in various garden settings. 'Kupferteppich' Acaena thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soil. It is a hardy and drought-tolerant plant that can withstand challenging growing conditions. Once established, it requires minimal watering and is relatively low-maintenance, making it an ideal choice for busy gardeners or those looking for fuss-free plants. Its dense mat of foliage helps to prevent weed growth, making it an excellent option for suppressing unwanted plants and keeping your garden beds tidy. With its unique coppery foliage, compact growth habit, and functional benefits, 'Kupferteppich' Acaena is a versatile and attractive plant for enhancing your outdoor space. Whether used as a ground cover or as a decorative element in rock gardens, it brings a touch of beauty and practicality to your garden design.
Saponaria ocymoides, commonly known as Rock Soapwort, is a charming perennial plant that brings beauty and grace to gardens. This UK native plant features masses of delicate pink flowers that bloom profusely during the summer months. With its trailing and mat-forming habit, Saponaria ocymoides is ideal for ground cover in sunny areas. It forms a dense carpet of evergreen foliage, which adds interest to the garden even when the flowers are not in bloom. The flowers, borne on slender stems, create a delightful display that attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies. This low-growing plant reaches a height of around 10-15cm, with a spread of up to 45cm. Its compact size and spreading habit make it suitable for rock gardens, slopes, or as edging along paths and borders. Saponaria ocymoides is also an excellent choice for container gardening, cascading over the edges of pots and adding a soft touch to patio areas. Rock Soapwort thrives in well-drained soil and prefers full sun to light shade. It is a relatively low-maintenance plant, requiring regular watering to establish itself but becoming more drought-tolerant once it is well-rooted. Deadheading spent flowers can encourage additional blooming and keep the plant looking tidy. With its delicate pink flowers and compact growth habit, Saponaria ocymoides brings a touch of beauty and versatility to any garden. Its ability to withstand various growing conditions and its attractive trailing form make it a popular choice among gardeners looking for a charming and reliable ground cover plant.