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Doronicum orientale

Doronicum orientale Doronicum with its bright yellow, daisy like flowers and a height of 25 cm really stands out amongst other spring flowering cushion forming perennials. No wonder, this species is well known and very popular in European gardens. Leonardo™ Compact: Leonardo is a newly developed variety that flowers significantly earlier than the well-known varieties, even under natural conditions. This means that it fits in with the optimum sales window in early spring. A dense habit and numerous short stemmed blooms also ensure good sales. Little Leo: Profusely flowering with uniform, round flowers make Little Leo very attractive for extensive production.

Little Leo

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11663 Little Leo

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Erodium variabile

Erodium variabile Heron’s bill, Stork’s bill

This Erodium species is a dwarf perennial that develops into spreading cushions that flower for long periods. Constantly growing plants and renewed flowering mean that the plants can be grown in batches outdoors as well as under glass and marketed from early summer onwards, in small and mediumsized pots. Perpetual flowering plant for 9-13 cm pots. Erodium variabile Bishop’s Form 14466 Bishop’s Form

180 VI-IX Bishop’s Form

Gypsophila cerastioides

Gypsophila cerastioides Baby’s Breath, Soap Wort

This Erodium species is a dwarf perennial that develops into spreading cushions that flower for long periods. Constantly growing plants and renewed flowering mean that the plants can be grown in batches outdoors as well as under glass and marketed from early summer onwards, in small and mediumsized pots.

Gypsophila cerastioides 17329 Gypsophila cerastioides

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Profile for Florensis

Florensis | Biennials 2019-2020  

Florensis | Biennials 2019-2020  

Profile for florensis