New Varieties 1993


  • This mixture is a Color Eldorado, a delightful color display! From red to pink to apricot colored flowers including yellow and light yellow, beige tones and occasional whites.

    'Colorado' is not only suitable as a border prennial or potted plant, but also as an excellent cut flower. The flowers bloom after 3 months of growing time, and are long lasting in a vase. Achillea 'Colorado' is also outstanding as an everlasting dried flower.


  • 'Ruby Port' is one of the most beautiful double flowering Aquilegia, with dark ruby single colored flowers with short spurs. 'Ruby Port' is of strong growth habit, reaching a height of 70 cm, very exquisite. Also suitable as a cut flower.

  • This Silver-Thistle continues to be unknown and overlooked. The silvery-white flowers and bronze-red leaves develop their beauty from August to October. An excellent cut flower, fresh as well as dried, with flowering stems up to 50 cm long.
  • Art.No.: EA107


    A 10 cm high growing Erigeron native to North America. It deserves a place in every rock garden. Numerous white and lavender-blue tinted ray florets with yellow centers are cushioned in blue-green fine, feathery foliage which appears from June until July.

  • 'Lovedream' brings totally new pastel colors to Lewisia tweedyi. This selection is noted for the large flowers which appear from April until June with numerous flowers up to 8-10 cm in diameter, from ivory colors, cream tones to lemon yellow, and from apricot colored flowers to pure pink. The fleshy leaves form deep green rosettes.
  • Art.No.: INALA239


    A 45 cm high stem with many tinely cut leaves, supports 7 to 20 fragrant Turk's Cap flowers in glossy sealing-wax red color. This lily is very suitable for rock gardens and also excellent as a cut flower.

  • The colorful mixture of these very new Hybrids are the continuance of flowers of the popular spring Phloxes.

    The inflorescens last until the end of August. Phlox x arendsii has larger flowers than the later blooming P. paniculata; in colors of pure white, pink, lavender, red, purple and bicolors. Dead heading produces rebloom in fall.

  • Pure seed
    Product Details PULSATILLA vulgaris  'Papageno'


    The most unusual form among the Pulsatilla. It is not only striking because of the magnificent color range of this mixture, but also because of the numerous fringed flowerpetals, with partial semidouble flowerbells.

    The color spectrum contains pure white to cream tones, bright pink to dark red, blue, dark blue and violet. The leaves of this well growing variety are conspicuously feathered and silky-silverhaired during its flowering time from March until the end of April.


  • Numerous pure white flowers with striking china-blue spots appear from April through the end of May. 'Freckles' is tolerant of partial shade and easy to grow.

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