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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 MICR. THYMIFOLIUS

Dwarf shrub with prostrate shape and rigid branches. Broadleaf evergreen, lustrous green turning burgundy in fall. Small white flowers in summer; buds are pink coloured.

Small deep red fruits at the end of season.

Prune to contol size.

Used mainly as a ground cover. 

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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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DAPHNE CNEORUM

Small creeping shrub with compact, evergreen foliage; dark green and lustrous on top. Small, fragrant pink flowers in April-May followed by another flowering of lesser importance in July. Yellow fruits in fall. Toxic plant in all its parts. Use in rock gardens or as a groundcover.

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EMPETRUM NIGRUM

Very low speading shrub with crawling branches. Broadleaf foliage composed of small dense leaves. Very small purple-pink flowers in spring. Globular black berries appear later. Plant for swamp areas, good for acide soils, especially in peat bogs.

Ground cover for humid acid areas, attracts birds. Interesting for naturalisation purpose. 

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ERICA CAR. ROSALIE

A lovely winter flowering heather which bears a mass of large pink flowers, deepening with age, from January until May. Attractive bronze-green foliage.

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ERICA CARN. GOLDEN STARLET

Heather with bright yellow foliage turning yellow-green in fall. It bears white flowers in spring. Needs a light and acid soil. The soil has to be VERY WELL DRAINED with a constant humidity. Never neglect watering the heaths, specially after planting (superficial roots). A mulch is recommanded to keep humidity. Uses: low hedges, edges and slopes.

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ERICA CIN. C.D. EASON

Spectacular dark magenta-red flowering with a beautiful dark green foliage. Never neglect watering the heaths, specially after planting (superficial roots). A mulch is recommended to keep humidity. Uses: low hedges, edges and slopes.

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