Dome-shaped trusses of gorgeous dark magenta buds open to shades of light rose-purple flowers, fading to near-white. Good contrast of pale flowers fading to white and dark green foliage. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. Each spring, an application of acidic fertilizer is well recommended. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended.
Evergreen, dense, dark green, glossy foliage. Intensely fragrant flowers. It spreads by underground stems, but not intrusive. Ideal match with rhododendrons, conifers, Japanese maples, magnolias and other plants of the genus. Avoid afternoon sun in order to prevent burning of the foliage and to allow the conservation of snow cover.
This Yucca forms a uniform, spiky, rounded clump of sword-like, blue-green to glaucous grey-green leaves lined with an extraordinary number of curly white filaments. Its habit is much more uniform and is overall smaller than the straight species. Impressively stout flower scapes carry white, bell-shaped flowers in early to midsummer.
One of the most beautiful variegated yuccas on the market. Its sword-shaped leaves bear bold central stripes of bright canary-yellow against a rich celadon edge. The center coloration brightens to a creamy-gold in midsummer when others begin to fade. Branched clusters of nodding, creamy-white bells open in mid-summer on stout stems that reach 1,8m tall.
The evergreen blue-green leaves of Adam's needle are two-edged sword like.The leaves are basal; that is, they all originate from one point, taking the form of a rosette. Ivory white flowers appear on a 1,5 to 2m spike. Blooms every year in new leave rosettes, three years after the plantation. Cut down faded flower stem after blooming and cut dried leaves in spring. Use in group or alone in rock gardens or in association in borders. "
Evergreen, blue green foliage with corkscrew-like white filaments along the edges. Ivory flower on a 1,5 to 2 m high flowering stalk. Cut it after blooming. Prefers dry and poor soils. Avoid excess watering. Remove dried up leaves in spring.
This plant is formed by rigid leaves radiating from a basal rosette. Blue-green evergreen foliage. Greenish white flowers appeat on a spike of 1m high in summer. Blooms every year in new leave rosettes, three years after the plantation. Cut down faded flower stem after blooming and cut dried leaves in spring. Use in group or alone in rock gardens or in association in borders. "