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The flower of magnolia Alexandrina is quite fragrant, in shape of tulip, pinkish-white in colour. It produces flowers in spring (late March, early April) before the leaves unfurl. Being a full sun lover, it also tolerates partly shaded exposures. The plant can be pruned as needed, in midsummer, once the leaves are completely unfurled. The foliage is green with leaves having yellow shades in autumn. It can be planted individually or in groups.
Magnolia Rustica Rubra produces flowers in late March or early April, before the leaves unfurl. Very large and wide, once opened the flowers are taking oval form and purple-red colour. Fast-growing and bushy variety. It can be planted individually or in groups and used as a closure for large surfaces.
With this particular variety of magnolia, the flowers are rather large and oval shaped, pinkish-purple in colour on the outside and white on the inside. It blooms in spring (late March, early April) before the leaves unfurl. The flowers are fragrant, resembling tulips in shape. Once in a while the plant can bloom in summer as well.
Forsythia is a deciduous shrub with a profusion of bright-yellow flowers which appear before the leaves in early spring. The flowers are set so that they resemble swarm of bees around branches that bend to the ground. By means of proper cutting it is possible to create very attractive hedges or robust spherical forms.
Ilex aquifolium or Christmas holly is evergreen shrub which can grow up to 4m tall (or over 5m depending on variety) and around 3m wide. The flowers are rather small, pale yellow in colour gathered in blossom. It blooms in May and early June. Bright red berries maturing in early winter and remaining on branches until spring makes this plant highly decorative in winter. Holly is a dioecious species, having berries only on female plants.
Hydrangea macrophylla Hortensia is deciduous shrub that can typically grow to 1m tall and have spread of 1–1.5m. Flowering during summer, it has flowers formed of flower balls. It magically changes colour, opening with lighter shades to more intense colours and finally having gentle autumn shades. Depending on soil pH (acidity), it can change colour, being pink, white or blue.
Kerria Japonica is a deciduous type of shrub which can grow up to 2m tall. It has green polished twigs and upright bare branches some of which are striped. The leaves are spirally arranged around the stem. Individual flowers of up to 3–4cm in diameter are placed on top of short sideways branches. Due to its eye-appealing golden-yellow flowers which bloom from March to May it is highly appreciated variety. Having green branches even in winter, it can be very decorative and attractive in the garden in those cold months.
Hydrangea macrophylla Masja is deciduous shrub of wide, upright and oval-shaped form. The foliage is dark green with large, roundish and serrated leaves. Flowering from June to September. At the top of each stem are formed “balls” that are surrounded by larger circumferential flowers together forming rounded blossom of pinkish colour. The shrub can typically grow up to 1m tall and wide.
Hydrangea macrophylla Wudu is deciduous shrub of wide, upright and oval-shaped form. The foliage is dark green with large, roundish and serrated leaves. Flowering from June to September. It has round white flowers of 16-20cm in diameter. The shrub can typically grow up to 1.2m tall and wide.
Hydrangea macrophylla Selma is deciduous shrub of wide, upright and oval-shaped form. The foliage is dark green with large, roundish and serrated leaves. Flowering from June to September. The blooms are red in colour having lighter shades at the very centre. Being medium-growing variety, Hydrangea macrophylla Selma can typically grow up to 1.5m tall and wide.