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Broadleaf evergreen

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CALLUNA VULG. SPRING TORCH

Well appreciated heather for its young cream shoots followed by a lovely green foliage embellished with mauve flowers. Ideal to accompany rhododendrons and acid-loving plants. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. Each spring, an application of acidic fertiliser is well recommended. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. Should be planted in an area where snow accumulates easily and doesn't melt rapidly.

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COTONEASTER DAMM. STRIEB'S FINDLING

Low prostrate broadleafgreen evergreen. Foliage is dense, glossy green. Myriads of cute litlle white flowers in spring., followed by globular red berries, relished by birds. It needs a well drained soil and can tolerate drought. It should be protected for winter. Used as ground cover, in massing and overhanging low walls.

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COTONEASTER DAMN. CORAL BEAUTY

Prostrated shrub with many branches spreading over the ground. Small light green leaves, evergreen, that turn yellowish in fall. Plenty of small orangey red fruits in August, attrative to birds. Should be planted in a sheltered area. Very good choice for a ground cover that can spread over low walls and slopes.

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COTONEASTER TOM THUMB

‘Tom Thumb’ is an interesting, very dwarf, very dense and compact ground cover-type shrub. It has a unique appeal because of its very shiny, tiny leaves that turn a brilliant red-crimson in the autumn. It rarely produces flowers and fruit, but when it occurs the blooms are small, pinkish-white. Then the very small, red fruits follow. This cotoneaster spreads by rooting in where the branches touch the soil. Resistant to de-icing salt. Perfect for rock gardens.

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ERICA DARL, KRAMERS RED

An outstanding heather with wine red flowers flowering in spring, contrasting against its blue-green foliage. Water well for first spring and summer after planting (superficial roots). Water as necessary, particularly in dry weather conditions. Uses: small hedges, border plant, slopes. "

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EUONYMUS FORT. CANADALE GOLD

Compact, low shrub with upright and strong branches. Large, evergreen pale green leaves with a golden yellow edge. New shoots are dark yellow. Plant in a sheltered area, away from strong winds. Trim to clean up in spring and to give shape in summer. Use in rock gardens or in borders.

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EUONYMUS FORT. EMERALD GAIETY GF

Small shrub with upright branches that fall down. Dense variegated foliage, dark green and white, in winter leaves take on pinkish-red tinges. A hard winter will cause the plant to lose part of its foliage. UUse in rock gardens or in borders. "

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EUONYMUS FORT. EMERALD GOLD

Creeping ground cover shrub. Small variegated leaves, dark green edged yellow; evergreen foliage that take on red-pink tinges in winter. Prune in spring to remove dead branches. Use in rock gardens or in borders.

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EUONYMUS FORT. IVORY JADE

"A spreading broadleaf evergreen shrub with attractive green and ivory variegated foliage that is tinged with pink at winter.Used in the garden as a color accent or for a bold mass planting. It requires a winter protection. "

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EUONYMUS SARCOXI

Bushy shrub with upright, spreading branches. Dark green, evergreen foliage. White flowers resulting in numerous round, pink fruits. Used as a groundcover, in a rock garden and in a border.

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