Posted at 8th December 2010 in News by JHPS Gardens

JHPS Plant Forum

Agapanthus ‘Margaret’
Raspberry ‘Twotimer Sugana’
Digitalis ‘Surendipilty’
Cabbage ‘Winter jewel’
Gaura lindheimeeri ‘Ruby Ruby’
Acer circinatum ‘Burgundy jewel’
Is a new and evergreen cultivar. The stem can grow up to 60cm tall and supports a powder-blue flower-head.
This cultivar provides two crops of large fruit each year. It grows well even in small spaces and shows good resistance to disease.
Produces a strong rosette of mid-green. It then puts up a tall flower spike which features tubular flowers with waved petals. If it’s cut back immediately after the flowering season, it forms a multi-headed rosette the next year.
 Ideal for over-wintering in a vegetable garden. This crop produces evenly sized, smooth, dark green leaves which eventually form loose heads.
A resilient perennial with its stems that can reach 50cm tall. They produce delicate, dark pink blooms throughout the summer months. It grows best in full sun and well drained soil. 
This burgundy colour is held most in summer in a moderately sunny position, where it then changes to a vibrant red or orange colour in autumn.


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