Euphorbia myrsinites, creeping Spurge (pictures)
Exposure : full sun , soil : well-drained light soil. It is a succulent species of spurge with trailing stems bearing lime-yellow flowers in spring. At all times his blue-grey leaves make it a decorative perennial. Like all euphorbias the milky sap can cause significant skin and eye irritations.
Cephalaria gigantea giant scabious
Exposure: full sun, part shade
Height 2 m, spread : 60 cm
Bloom time : June, July, September
Soil type: well drained light
Yellow prime rose” with scabious-like flowers supported on tall growing stems which appear at the beginning of summer. Cephalaria has to be planted at the back of a herbaceous mixed border among large shrubs. Cephalaria is self supporting when it is located in a well sheltered place.
Propogation methods : sowing or dividing in spring
Cephalaria is a good cut flower and attracts bees
Artic Snow :
Near white with contrasting black pollen sacs and green throat. A slight gold edge. A good performer with nice branching and excellent flower form. Extended blooming
At the beginning of April At the end of April Flowering at the end of May
As you can notice the leaves became light green
Iris Pseudacorus”Bastardi”, Yellow Flag, Iris des marais “Variegata”, gele lis The variegated form of the wild yellow flag which produces golden flowers in early summer.. It is less invasive than the self-seeding plain green form. The leaves become green in summer.I often use the leaves for my flower decorations (weaving). It will grow in the margins of a pool or in a moist or wet soil. Propagation : an old overgrown clump will benefit of being lifted and divided and in that way you increase your plants.
Meconopsis cambrica, Welsh Poppy, schijnpapaver, pivot jaune (pictures)
Invasively self-sowing but delicately pretty yellow or orange summer-flowering Welsh Poppy. It is an easy to grow and reliable perennial . They both exist : single and double forms. The double forms can only be propagated by division.
Position : sun or partial shade Height 30 cm. Blooming from mid-spring to mid-autumn
Beautiful combination with crocosmia masoniorum