Season of interest: Winter

How to plant cyclamen 0

Cyclamen

Hardy Cyclamens are spreading and low growing perennials that grow from underground tubers. They are very appreciated because they flower when there are few plants shining during winter months. Hardy cyclamen species are perfect...

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Magnolia

Magnolia is known by its very large flowers in the middle or end of winter before leaf emergence. The contrast between its beautiful flowers and the gray stem is splendid. Magnolia grandiflora, the most...

How to plant-Betula-Birch 0

Birch (Betula)

Birches (Betula) are much appreciated during autumn and winter when the gorgeous bark and leaves can be fully seen. Birches produce light, open canopies which doesn’t produce dense shades, making them good trees for...

Cornus alba 'Flaverimea' - Yellow twig dogwood shrub 1

Yellow-Twig Dogwood (Cornus sericea ‘Flaviramea’)

Cornus sericea ‘Flaviramea’ (Yellow-Twig Dogwood) is very similar to Cornus alba although the ‘Flaviramea’ has yellow twigs. In fact, they produce gorgeous landscapes when planted together. Cornus sericea has a tendency to spread faster...