Dryas octopetala: Commonly known as Mountain Avens; is an arctic-alpine flowering plant in the family Rosaceae. It is a small prostrate evergreen sub-shrub forming large colonies, and is a popular flower in rock gardens. The specific epithet octopetala derives from the Greek octo (eight) and petalon (petal), referring to the eight petals of the flower, an unusual number in the Rosaceae, where five is the normal number. However flowers with up to 16 petals also occur naturally.
Mountain Aven Flowers: Learn About Mountain Aven Growing Conditions
Mountain Aven Flowers: Learn About Mountain Aven Growing ConditionsWhat - is a mountain aven? Also known as alpine dryad or arctic dryad, mountain aven plants (Dryas integrifolia/octopetala) are ground-hugging, blooming plants that thrive in cold, sunny mountainous locations. The plant is primarily found in alpine meadows and rocky, barren ridges. This little wildflower grows in the western United States and Canada.
Hypericum olympicum - 'Grandiflorum': Information, Pictures & Cultivation Tips
Hypericum olympicum - 'Grandiflorum': Hypericum will tolerate a wide range of soil types, as well as full sun and shade conditions. It forms a neat ground covering mound. Prune back to ground every three years.
ERINUS ALPINUS SEEDS (Fairy Foxglove, Alpine balsam, Jewel flower, Liver balsam)
This gorgeous extremely dwarf plant forms clusters of small rosettes of tiny leaves and short leafy stems bearing clusters of small, pale purplish-pink, fragrant flowers all spring and summer long. Superb when naturalised, especially in cracks in walls or rockeries.
Millepertuis Peter Dummer - Hypericum dummeri - Couvre-sol polyvalent
Le millepertuis Peter Dummer est un sous-arbrisseau hybride, au port très compact, doté d'une longue floraison estivale en coupes jaune d'or. Beau feuillage bleuté semi-persistant. Bon couvre-sol non invasif, rustique, ornemental, robuste, peu exigeant, polyvalent ! Chez vous en 3 clics !