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  • Honeysuckle ’Serotina’


    Honeysuckle ’Serotina’ (Lonicera peryclimenum ’Serotina’)

    Very attractive, strong scented flowers are not the only advantage of this variety! Since September it has ornamental, red, inedible spherical fruit, about the size of a pea. It twists around supports (fences, pergolas), grows up to 6 m with an annual increase of 2 m. Flowers are cream-coloured, strong scented. It blooms from late May to October.

    Requirements: It enjoys a sunny position or partial shade. No specific soil requirements. It is frostproof.

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, balcony containers

  • Buddleja Davidii ’Empire Blue’


    Buddleja Davidii ’Empire Blue’  (Buddleja davidii ’Empire Blue’)

    General description: shrub with strong growth and raised shoots, grows up to 2 m, melliferous (nectar) plant

    Flowers: purple, fragrant

    Flowering: from June to October,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  this shrub likes fertile, clayey-sandy soil with a neutral reaction; a sunny stand, even after a mild winter, low cropping is recommended

  • Clematis ’Albina Plena’


    Clematis ’Albina Plena’ (Clematis ’Albina Plena’)

    A variety with semi-full, pure white petals with a diameter of 6-8 cm, blooms from April to May, and then again in August, until autumn it leaves decorative, fluffy multi-fruit, grows to 3-4 m, 1.5 m per year. It is also suitable for buckets and pots, also as a groundcover.

    Requirements: position in the sun - partial shade, undemanding, frostproof, cutting is not necessary, direction: any. It belongs to a group of Atragene.

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls, houses, gates, walls, houses, playgrounds for children

  • Euonymus fortuneana ’Emerald’n Gold’


    Euonymus fortuneana ’Emerald’n Gold’ (Euonymus fortunei ’Emerald’n Gold’)

    A climbing euonymus. An evergreen shrub with colourful, yellow and green leaves. An undemanding plant growing up to approx. 2,5 m, an 0.5 m increase per year. Frostproof.

    Cutting: as needed. It can be formed in any way, cut in spring, in June and early August. If not cut it grows in all directions. Position: not too dry, shady or sunny. Soil: fertile, moist, tolerates poor and average soil. A plant trailing or climbing trunks of trees, stones and rocks thanks to special roots. It tolerates urban conditions.

  • Miscanthus giganteus ’Giganteus’


    Miscanthus giganteus ’Giganteus’ (Miscanthus x giganteus ’Giganteus’)

    Wide, dark green, very tall-maturing perennial grass. Plants sprout in spring, reaching maximum height (2.5m-3m) and mass by late summer. This plant is becoming widely planted as a source of biomass or biofuel. Grow giant silvergrass in full sun locations in a fertile, moist soil that has good drainage. Suitable for: specimen, border, screen, hedge, background plant, massing, by the water, arrangements.

  • Rose multiflora ’Sunblest’


    Rose multiflora ’Sunblest’

    Very unique hybrid tea grandiflora with a golden yellow, full, large flowers the size of 8-10 cm and medium to dark green, shiny leaves.  The flowers bloom from summer to autumn (June to October), retain colour for a long time and have very mild fragrance.

    Grows from 80cm to 1.30 m in height  and is good frost resistant.

    Plant in fertile, moist, well-drained soil in an open sunny position by planting 5-6 pieces per square meter.

    Pruning by removing old canes and dead or diseased wood and cut back canes that cross.

    It tolerates pruning well.

    We recommend to cover base of the plant for the winter.

    Can be used for beds and borders, cut flower or garden. 

  • Oriental Bittersweet ’Diana’ oval-leaf female


    Oriental Bittersweet ’Diana’ oval-leaf female (Celastrus orbiculatus ’Diana’)

    A clockwise-twisting creeper, an interesting decoration with its light green leaves and orange and red fruit that persists on the bare branches the entire winter! A vigorous climber twisting around supports, growing up to 12 m. The annual growth is in the range of 1-4 m. Blooms in May / June. From October to December it has very eye-catching yellow and red fruit - inedible.

    Another advatage are its leaves, which are green in spring and deep yellow in autumn. There are no specific requirements for soil and position, it is also frostproof. Its polinator may be a male variaty, for example Hercules. Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, public greenery.

  • Chinese wisteria ’Amethyst’


    Chinese wisteria ’Amethyst’ (Wisteria sinensis ’Amethyst’)

    General description: Climber plant with woody stems and strong growth, grows up to several meters. It spreads thanks to the wrapping of the sprouts around the nearest supports.

    Inflorescences of the Amethyst variety have the form of hanging dense bunches up to 25 cm, in the darkest color they are violet-purple.

    Blooms in early May as one of the first varieties. It can then repeat the flowering again in August.

    The fruit of wisteria, as in all wisteria of the legume family, is the pod, which is also very decorative; the pod remains on the creeper throughout the winter and reaches a length of up to 15 cm.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  Wisteria should be planted in sunny and sheltered positions. Requires solid supports or pergolas.

    Soil: moderately fertile and moderately moist.

  • Hydrangea macrophylla ’Renate’


    Hydrangea macrophylla ’Renate’ 

    Is one of the most beautiful varieties of low shrubs with seasonal leaves and big rounded flower heads in the colours from dark violet through various blues and lavender to pink. The soil will affect flower colour - acid soil makes flowers head towards blue and alkaline producing pink.

    It blooms from June to September and reaches up to 1.5 m in height.

    Prefers partially shaded place, sheltered from the wind. In the sun will produce less flowers. Requires a slightly acidic soil rich in humus.

    Moderate frost resistance. Recommended to be covered for the winter.

    Ideal for home gardens or parks, for growing in containers or mixed borders, as cut flowers or dry bouquets.


    NEW in our nursery !!!

  • Jasmine ’Waterton’


    Jasmine ’Waterton’ (Philadelphus lewisii ’Waterton’)

    General description: Proven shrub with stiff shoots and rounded shape. It reaches up to 2.5 m in height.

    Leaves: dark green, elliptical, sharp-ended

    Flowers: white, single flowers composed of four petals at the crown and with golden anthers in the center, delicately fragrant.

    Flowering: June-July.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  Sunny or semi-shaded position. It grows best on blackland, permeable, calcareous or neutral soils. Variety resistant to drought. It is recommended every few years, after flowering, to make a radical cut of the bush to rejuvenate. The plant is suitable for planting singly and in groups, including molded hedges and free rows.

  • Weigela florida ’Rubidor’


    Weigela florida ’Rubidor’ (Weigela Florida ’Rubidor’)

    A spreading deciduous shrub with large, thick, oval yellow green leaves and bell shaped dark ruby red flowers. It blooms usually in late May and early June.

    It reaches a height of 1.8 m and 2 m wide.

    It is hardy and resistant to urban pollution.

    Can be grown on an average or fertile garden soil, damp or humid. It prefers sun.

    Suitable for planting urban parks and residential areas, hedges or beds.


    NEW in our nursery !!!

  • Syringa vulgaris ’Sensation’


    Syringa vulgaris ’Sensation’

    Blooms less abundantly than other varieties of common lilac, but with wonderful rich purple-red flowers with a white margin that gives a fantastic bi-colour effect. Can be grown as a medium-sized shrub or small tree.

    The height of 2-5 m (depending on the section).

    Flowering: May-June (V-VI).

    Tolerant to urban pollutions and has good resistance to pests and diseases.

    It grows best in sun and in fertile, humus soils.

    Ideal for small gardens. Due to the beautiful scent is suitable for combination with other perennials or small shrubs with arbours and terraces.

    Holds the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit


    NEW in our nursery !!!

  • Magnolia ’Betty’


    Magnolia ’Betty’ (Magnolia ’Betty’)

    It is a slow-growing shrub or small tree that grows to 3-4m height.

    ’Betty’ is a late-blooming magnolia (April to May) thus reducing the risk of damage to flowers from late spring frosts.

    Flowers bloom shortly before the foliage begins to appear. The flowers are large reddish-purple with white inside.

    Plants may sporadically repeat bloom in mid-summer.


    It can be grown in partial shade but does best in full sun.

    It prefers acidic, organic, well drained soils but not extremely dry.

    Perfect for lawns, foundations, shrub borders or woodland peripheries. May be grown as a tall informal hedge.

  • Trumpet Creeper ’Flamenco’


    Trumpet Creeper ’Flamenco’ (Campsis radicans ’Flamenco’)

    An ornamental vine with red flowers. An attractive decoration for gardens. The creeper is undemanding.

    Dark green, elliptical leaves. In autumn the leaves become yellow. It twists around supports, fences, pergolas, produces special roots, an annual growth of 1-4 m, grows to 6-10 m, complex, large leaves, beautiful, large, red trumpet-shaped flowers, gathered in bunches, blooms from July to September. Requirements: very sunny, warm, sheltered position, fertile, well humidified soil, requires cover for winter, in harsh winters it can freeze, but quickly regenerates from the underground

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, public greenery

  • Japanese azalea ’Georg Arends’


    Japanese azalea ’Georg Arends’ (Rhododendron ’Georg Arends’)

    General description: is a low evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub reaching up to 60 cm in height.

    Flowers: a variety with purple flowers with a red pattern

    Flowering: at the end of May and at the beginning of June.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  They prefer warm places sheltered from the wind. Permeable soil (humus or sandy-loamy), fertile with acidic pH. Plants are sensitive to frosts - they should be protected.

  • Barberry’s Berberis ’Julianae’


    Barberry’s Berberis ’Julianae’ (Berberis ’Julianae’)

    General description: Evergreen shrub with upright growth habit. Growing up to 1.5 m high and 120 cm wide.

    Flowers: monoecious, pollinated by insects, fragrant, small, yellow.

    Flowering: at the turn of May and June.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  It is best to grow in sunny or semi-shaded positions, sheltered from the wind. Soil that is sufficiently moist, fertile and permeable. Frost resistant grade. An excellent decorative plant for gardens, parks, estate greenery.

  • Ground ivy ’Star Showers’


    Ground ivy ’Star Showers’ (Parthenocissus quinquefolia ’Star Showers’)

    General description: tall climber climbing on supports, thanks to tendrils ending with rebates, growing up to 3-6 m in height,

    Flowers: small and inconspicuous

    Leaves: white-green, five-lobed

    Requirements / Cultivation:  grows on every soil, an undemanding creeper; plant in sunny, windless positions;  a reliable variety, suitable for rebates and groups.

    Flowers: This unusual plant blooms yellow in the winter and smells beautifully of lemon fragrance.                           

    Flowering: It starts blooming in October until frosts arrive and then re-blooms in January / February and keeps blooming until April. It blooms on the entire length of last years shoots.

    Leaves: Dark green, tiny, oval. Loses leaves for the winter.

    Height: The plant grows up to 3 meters tall if it grows on the support. Planted as a bush, it grows up to 1.5 m.

    Frost resistant:  Recommended for warmer regions of Poland.

    It will also grows well in colder regions, but it must be planted in a warm position and secured for the winter.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  Requires a warm and sunny position, but it can also grow in semi-shade. It grows beautifully on a sheltered position from the winds. Humid position, fertile and permeable soil.

    Keeping / Cultivation / Cutting: The plant does not require cutting, it is cut only for the purpose of spreading and forming. When buds appear, shoots can be cut and brought to the house, and the plant will beautifully bloom and charm us with its fragrance.

    Requirements: The plant should be tied to a support, it will not cling to it by itself.

  • Buddleja davidii ’Nanho White’


    Buddleja Davidii ’Nanho White’ (Buddleja Davidii ’Nanho White’)

    General description: a shrub with raised shoots, long inflorescences, up to 1 m high, incomplete frost-resistance, melliferous (nectar) plant

    Flowers: white, fragrant

    Flowering: from July to September

    Requirements / Cultivation:  a sunny position, sheltered from the winds; even after a mild winter, a low cropping is recommended

  • Honeysuckle


    Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium)

    A honeysuckle blooming at the end of May with vanilla scented flowers! One of the most intensely fragrant honeysuckles. A climber growing up to 3 meters in length. Cream and pink or cream flowers appear in the corners of the leaves. Short-tail leaves are green on the top, bluish on the underside, and are placed opposite each other. After fading, red, inedible berry fruit appears on the plant.

    Requirements: Feels best in full sun or partial sun. There are no requirement as to the soil, ordinary garden soil is sufficient.

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, balcony containers

  • Clematis ’Markham’s Pink’


    Clematis ’Markham’s Pink’ (Clematis ’Markham’s Pink’)

    Blooming period starts in April - the earliest of the clematis.

    This variety has small, semi-double flowers with purple-pink color, 
    it blooms profusely.

    It climbs around supports

    It grows up to 2-2.5 meters , 1.5 meter per year,
    semi-double, pink flowers
    Not very large, but numerous, full and stable
    Resistant and with low requirements

    Flower Size: 5-7 cm
    Frost resistance: very good
    Position: any

    Cutting: not required

    Belongs to the  Antragene  group.

    pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, posts, columns, gates, screens, walls of houses, public greenery, on playgrounds, patio containers

  • Sedge ’Evergold’


    Sedge ’Evergold’ (Carex oshimensis ’Evergold’)

    General description: grass with magnificent foliage, green in winter, with melliferous flowers, reaches up to approx. 30 cm.

    Blooms from July to November,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  prefers sunny positions - semi-shaded with fertile, moist, permeable soil.

  • Rose ’QUEEN ELIZABETH’ Grandiflora


    Rose ’QUEEN ELIZABETH’ Grandiflora (Rosa’Queen Elizabeth’)


    Is one of the favourite beautiful pink grandiflora with moderate fragrance and dark green, glossy and leathery foliage. So outstanding that it is still around after 50 years of world-wide popularity. 

    Blooms from mid spring to mid fall. Grows to 70-150 cm.

    Plant in medium moisture, slightly acidic, well-drained garden soil in full sun although tolerates some  shade.

    Only regular pruning is required by removal of dead canes. This pruning could be done in the winter. Fertilize each spring.

    The bush is hardy and disease resistant. 

    Recommended to cover base of the plant for the winter.

    This rose grows well as a specimen, in small groups or as a hedge. Borders, cottage gardens, foundations or rose gardens.

  • Wisteria sinensis ’Alba’


    Wisteria sinensis ’Alba’

    Twists around supports (fences, pergolas), grows up to 10 m, 1-3 m per year. Complex, large laves. Small flowers, gathered in long (up to 50 cm), white clusters, blooms in May. Position in the sun, warm, sheltered; fertile, moist soil.

    In autumn leaves turn gold.

    Young plants require a cover for winter, while older ones do not.

  • Hydrangea arborescens ’Anabelle’


    Hydrangea arborescens ’Anabelle’  (Hydrangea arborescens ’Annabelle’)

    General description: deciduous shrub, with an upright habit of growth, growing up to 1.5 m high.

    Leaves:  large, light green leaves.

    Flowering:  blooms from June to the end of August,

    Flowers:  spherical, white and creamy, occurring from the second half of June to August,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny position, as moist as possible, sheltered from winds; mineral fertilization required; cutting in early spring. 

  • Mock-orange ’Rosace’


    Mock-orange ’Rosace’ (Philadephus ’Rosace’)

    (Philadephus Rosace)


    one of the most beautiful flowering shrubs,
    of approx. 1.5 m,
    delicate , scaly twigs
    full, very fragrant, creamy white flowers
    blooms June-July.


    fertile, loamy, moderately moist soils

    sunny or semi-shaded place

    It tolerates low temperatures and drought.

  • Magnolia ’Susan’


    Magnolia ’Susan’

    ’Susan’ is a cross between Magnolia stellata ’Rosea’ and Magnolia liliflora ’Nigra’ 

    It is a slow-growing, deciduous shrub or small tree that typically reaches up to 2.5 - 3 m in height.

    Flowers are bell-shaped, purple-red or fuchsia, with paler tones inside. Blooms shortly before the foliage begins to appear (mid-April to early May) what makes them less likely to be harmed by spring frosts.

    Flowers may sporadically repeat bloom in mid-summer.

    This shrub is best planted in a sunny to partial sun position, sheltered from wind and in well-drained, moist, slightly acidic and organically reach soil.

    It is suitable for lawns, foundations, shrub borders or woodland peripheries. May be grown as a tall informal hedge.

    In winter the roots should be protected by piling earth at the base of the plant, and a covering of agricultural fleece.

  • Trumpet Creeper ’Gabor’


    Trumpet Creeper ’Gabor’ (Campsis radicans ’Gabor’)

    An ornamental vine with dark red flowers. An attractive decoration of gardens. The creeper is undemanding. Its leaves are dark green, elliptical. It twists around supports, fences, pergolas, produces special roots, its annual growth is 1-4 m, it grows to 6-10 m, has complex, large leaves, beautiful, large trumpet-shaped red flowers, gathered in bunches, it blooms from July to September. Its annnual growth is 1-4 m.

    It starts flowering as early as 2-3 years after planting. Its additional advantage are its yellow autumn leaves. Requirements: a very sunny, warm, sheltered spot, fertile, moist soil, requires cover for winter, in harsh winters it can freeze, but quickly regenerates from the underground

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, public greenery

  • Japanese azalea ’Kermesina Alba’


    Japanese azalea ’Kermesina Alba’ (Japanese Azalea ’Kermesina Alba’)

    General description: Low shrub with a slow growth, reaches up to 60 cm in height,

    Flowers: beautiful, red

    Leaves: semi-evergreen

    Flowering: abundantly in May - June

    Requirements / Cultivation:  prefers warm secluded places sheltered from the wind / sunny or semi-shaded; soil with an acidic reaction, moist terrain.