Truly one of the most majestic trees of the Mediterranean landscape. Cork oaks are instantly recognisable as one of the most prolific of the Mediterranean trees. Ancient cork oak forests thrive [...]
We can see from Tiziano’s face how proud he is of these Camellias! Black Lace is a compact evergreen shrub of upright growth, with dark green leaves and deep blackish-red, formal double [...]
Camellia x williamsii were the first camellia hybrids. They result from the cross of Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. They are among the most cold-hardy camellias (inherited from the [...]
One of the main activities in a nursery is to lift the plants and put them into the container. Today we have lifted these huge Viburnum tinus multistems with their dark green leaves. New growth [...]
Genus name comes from a French provincial name for Amelanchier ovalis a European plant in this genus. Species name honors Jean Baptiste Antoine Monet de Lamarck, 18th century French naturalist. [...]
As is clear by the name, the fukinagashi style appears as though it has been grown in a strong prevailing wind. The windswept style is a good example of trees that must struggle to survive. The [...]
Pinus Brepo: a lovely dense and formal dome shape is created by this variety without the need of any trimming!
Our range Pinus Nigra ‘Brepo’ (Dwarf Austrian Pine ‘Pierrick Bregeon’) 100-150cm
Here we are pleaching some full standard Photinia x fraseri Red Robin on a bamboo frame 120x120cm.
Our Ilex aquifolium ‘Argentea Marginata’ bunjin is over 30 years old. It’s perfect to be shown near a house entrance or in any spot of a garden or a terrace.