Description: The fragrance jasmine is a member of the Oleaceae family. He is a climber that you can shape beautifully. The scented jasmine does not form tendrils. The shoots are flexible and thin, light green. The leaves are green and consist of 7 small leaves. The lower shoots can lignify. They are hard and rough.
The flowers are white and very fragrant. Scented jasmine Continue reading “Fragrance Jasmine (Jasminum polyanthum)”
Description: A seedless variety from the USA. She is on average fertile. The fruits are medium or small, dark pink, they are in elongated, medium-sized grapes. They taste easy Lambrusco. The skin is easy to remove from the pulp. They mature in September. Also kiwi varieties are interesting climbing plants with edible fruits. We can also plant Schisandra.
Care: Continue reading “Grapevine (Vitis) ‘Canadice’”
Description: This strain is often cultivated by amateur gardeners. It is fertile, hardy and resistant to disease. This shrub grows strong. He is on average fertile. The fruits are medium-sized, green-yellow, bewachst, they are in medium-sized grapes. They are juicy and tasty. You can eat them raw or use them for preserves.
This is an early variety – the fruit ripen Continue reading “Grapevine (Vitis) ‘Iza’”
Description: This variety makes strongly growing shrubs and bears numerous fruits. They are small, dark blue-black with red pulp, they are in small, loose grapes. They mature in early September. They do not taste very good, but they are suitable for preserves or wine. But it is reliable and can be bred by amateur gardeners.
Perfect for pergolas and gazebos, it grows Continue reading “Grapevine (Vitis) ‘Cascade’”
Description: This strain grows strongly and needs a cut in summer. This variety is very fertile. The fruits are medium sized, oval, golden yellow, they are in large, loose grapes. The pulp is crisp and has a nutmeg flavor. The fruits ripen in mid-September. You can eat them raw or for preserves and juices.
First of all, it’s a place of food. It is ideal for the Continue reading “Grape Vines (Vitis) ‘Prim’”
Description: This shrub grows strongly and regularly produces numerous fruits. The fruits are medium-sized, spherical or almost spherical, they are in medium sized grapes. The shell is dark blue and blue guarded. They are juicy and tasty. You can eat them raw or use them for preserves. They mature in early September.
Care: The place sunny, warm Continue reading “Grapevine (Vitis) ‘Schuyler’”
Description: A variety from the USA. This shrub grows strongly, it forms firm, rather thick and stiff shoots, large leaves, which turn red in the autumn and look particularly dainty. He is very fertile. The fruits are large, oval, purple-pink, they are in medium sized grapes. The pulp is juicy, tasty. The grapes ripen in early October. An excellent place to eat. Also kiwi Continue reading “Grapevine (Vitis) ‘Alden’”
Description: This vigorous growing climber that can reach 5-6 m in length. The green-yellow, long shoots are quite hard and heavily branched. It grows up by means of aerial roots on supports. The leaves of the ivy people are heart-shaped, slightly leathery, green, shiny, yellow dotted or striped. In young plants, the leaves are much smaller than in older specimens. This Continue reading “Efeutute (Scindapsus)”
Description: A large-flowered, early-flowering clematis ‘Adromeda’, bred in 1994 in the UK , It grows fast on average and reaches a height of 2-3 m. The clematis ‘Adromeda’ flowers from May to June and repeats the flowering in September. It forms large, half-filled flowers that measure about 15-20 cm in diameter; they are cream-pink, with dark pink stripes and yellow stamens. Continue reading “Clematis ‘Adromeda’”
Description: Origin: France, Morel 1899. The Clematis’ Purpurea Plena Elegans’ belongs to the Viticella Group. This variety grows fast on average. It blooms from July to September. The flowers are dark red, filled. It reaches 3-5 m height. This variety will bloom abundantly.
Care: The pruning of this clematis should be carried out in the same Continue reading “Clematis’ Purpurea Plena Elegans’”