Pépinière Jasmin | Jardin Jasmin

The white garden

ACTAEA PACHYPODA

White baneberry is primarily cultivated in woodland and shade gardens for its attractive white berries on red stems. Tiny white flowers appear in spring. Best grown in rich, moist and well drained soil.

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ALBA MEIDILAND

Nice groundcover rose. Super vigorous and disease resistant. White flowers, 40-50 petals. Glossy and dark green foliage. Carefree.

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ALCEA ROSEA CHATER'S DOUBLE BLANC

Still popular as before, they come in different colours. Thrives in any type of well drained soil.

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AMELANCHIER LAEVIS SPRING FLURRY

This serviceberry exibits the best tree form of the species, a strong central leader supports branches that angle upward. Magnific luminous blooming soon in sping followed by blueberry-like edible berry who attrack birds. Very nice color, orange and red, in fall.

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ANEMONE CANADENSIS

Deeply chiseled leaves with tiny looking white flowers, the Canadian Anemone is perfect to use in partly shady spaces. Tolerates any type of soil.

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ANEMONE X WHIRLWIND

Free-flowering variety that thrives in rich, fresh soils. Avoid very dry areas. Can be slightly invading once established.

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ARALIA RACEMOSA

"Large plant for undergrowths and shady gardens. Prolific flowerer. This plant is easy to grow. Needs a rich soil."

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ARUNCUS AETHUSIFOLIUS

Slow growing, compact plant; dark green, very serrated foliage, not unlike that of a fern. It will turn to bronze in fall. Grows in regular, humus, fresh soils.

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ARUNCUS DIOICUS (ARUNCUS SYLVESTER)

Very hardy perennial, careless plant, can live for a long time. Needs a moist and rich soil but can tolarate a dry soil.

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