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New varieties of plants: why?
New trees & shrubs
Michaël Le Bret of Promessedefleurs.com has selected the Blue Muffin® viburnum, which produces small fruits that look like blueberries (but are not edible). At Jardiland, we are also announcing for spring a shrubby plant called 'Galvezia speciosa' which looks like a sage with a tubular flower, in bright red tones and very resistant. In parallel, significant research work is being carried out on compact varieties of palm trees which can adapt to the balcony-terrace market, such as chamaerops humilis Vulcano®, Etna Star® or Compacta®. Finally, the specialist announces the Black Tulip® magnolia, which began to be marketed drop by drop in 2015, and which will be more widely distributed in 2016. As well as hydrangeas…
Focus on hydrangeas
The latest innovations in this area are the White Diamond® hydrangea paniculata with white flowers, and the Pinky Winky®. Michaël Le Bret also introduces the Wedding Gown® with flat and double flowers in the shape of stars, and the Blueberry Cheesecake® which gives blue-mauve flat flowers as well as the Bloomstar, from the Endless Summer® series, which flowers up to in November in a pink-raspberry and white version.
The new perennials
Ditto for the bidens, whose new orange color is being tested, or the bidens Beedance® or Painted Red®, at Jardiland exclusively. Third on the podium of the essentials to come, the anemones of Japan; Dreaming Swan® and Dainty Swan®, improvements to the Wild Swan® that grow in partial shade and whose originality lies in the color of the petals: white front and pink back!
Also announced among perennials, the new lagerstroemia With Love®, with a more compact appearance and better resistance to cold - for flowering possible even in the north of France when it is usually a light-hungry plant.
At Globe Planter, we also highlight the Pillow® carnation in two shades of purple and red (small carnations with very rising flowers which bloom all season from April to October). At Promessedefleurs.com, we offer dwarf phlox paniculata for bedding, Dreamland® and Rise and Shine® geraniums with zebra flowers, Madeline sage which makes two-tone blue and white flowers and Ember's Wish® bushy sage which, adapted for large containers, produces beautiful 80 cm balls of a pretty coral orange color.
Also available soon, the loosestrife 'Blush' (lythrum 'Blush') with lighter flowers, which flowers earlier than the others and which is well suited to small gardens, as well as the senecio polyodon: "It is a wild plant that almost nobody knows, whose candy pink flowers are very beautiful! It is sown and naturalizes in the garden. "
"I also name the petunia Blueberry Star®, continues Pierre Byache of Promessedefleurs.com, whose blue with a white star is superb; for pots, planters and suspensions, it is very resistant, flowers quickly and drops from its container as and As the summer progresses, also the Illumination Flame® digiplexis: this is a crossing that botanists thought impossible! Between purple forest fox and Canarian foxglove, between biennial and bushy perennial, it gives a species of very beautiful creature, a summer plant for large pots and beds, with long spikes going up all summer long. Finally, its color is spectacular: each flower is tubulated, its throat being apricot and the outside pink. "
The rose, perennial apart ...
New flower bulbs
"The dahlia is a plant that we will rediscover in the coming years, confirms landscaper Serge Bollard, because it corresponds to what people are looking for, it is resistant and flowers in summer ... a plant from the countryside to adapt to city dwellers who do not leave in August! ".
This year again, "we will have at Jardiland new dahlias, exclusively for Europe, announces Laurent Foucault. The Kelsey Annie Joy® for example, which is melliferous and has a different coloring, yellow or orange petals lined with another petal pink on top; Verrone's Obsidian®, which stands out for its different shape with black petals in the shape of small triangles and with a yellow center; or the Picotée® buttercup.
Finally, in the wide range of arums, soon on the shelves, and exclusively at Jardiland: Prince Amaël® (for the second year), with longer flowering and foliage spotted with white; Flamingo® arum with pink flowers; Green Goddess® arum, with two-tone white and green flowers; and Diamant® arum with large white flowers.