Pépinière Jasmin | Jardin Jasmin

Native plants

ASTER NOVAE-ANGLIAE

Like all asters, they are best grown in clumps since they have a tendensy to thin out at the base.

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CANNEBERGE MACROCARPON

Bell-shaped pink flowers followed by vivid red fruits by the end of fall. Evergreen foliage turning reddish in winter. Self-pollinating plant, it will therefore bear fruits by itself but only after 3 years. Needs a humid, sandy almost wet soil.

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CANNEBERGE MACROCARPON STEVENS

Bell-shaped pink flowers followed by vivid red fruits by the end of fall. Evergreen foliage turning reddish in winter. Self-pollinating plant, it will therefore bear fruits by itself but only after 3 years.

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COPTIS GROENLANDICA

Goldthread is a native wildflower with glossy evergreen leaves that produces small white flowers in May and June. Has medicinal properties. Thrives in a fresh and moist soil. Perfectly adapted to acid conditions.

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CORNUS CANADENSIS

Groundcover with spring flowering. Grows in an acid and well drained soil.

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EPILOBIUM ANGUSTIFOLIUM

Spectacular plant; its long stems are covered with myriads of pink flowers. Grows in any type of soil."

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GAULTHERIA PROCUMBENS

AVery hardy ground cover ideal for poor acid soils. The leaves and fruits are edible. The flavor of wintergreen is known to all as it is used commercially to give more flavor to candies, chewing gum and lozenges for cough cons. Foliage and persistent fruit.

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GENTIANA ANDREWSII

North America native wildflower. Lance-shaped leaves and flower clusters appear at the tops of the stems or in the upper leaf axils. Elegant and unique! Needs a fresh and well drained soil."

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GENTIANA CLAUSA

Small groups of dark blue flowers occur in tight clusters at the top of the stem. Petals never open so the flower looks like a bud. Slow growing but long lived perennial. Needs a moist and rich soil.

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GERANIUM ROBERTIANUM

Reseeds by itself year after year.

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