Tropaelum tricolor

Tropaelum tricolor

Habitat: Plant in a position in full or part sun ensuring that soil is well drained. Distribution: From Chile and Bolivia. Feeding/Cultivation: Water freely and feed monthly when in growth. As the leaves wither after flowering, reduce watering and keep barely moist...
Tropaelum azureum

Tropaelum azureum

Habitat: Easily grown in very well drained soil or a deep pot of potting soil containing gravel. Likely to be difficult for areas that get regular summer rains. Distribution: Chile, in arid Andean foothills amongst scrub Cultivation: It requires summer dryness....
Dactylicapnos scandens

Dactylicapnos scandens

Habitat: A plant for a warm position with shelter and rich leafy well-drained soil. Distribution: Central Nepal and south east China. Feeding/cultivation: It thrives and looks superb growing up through shrubs or trellis (once started, it clings naturally by tendrils)....
Hydrangea petiolaris

Hydrangea petiolaris

Habitat: Plant in moist, fertile soil and do not allow the soil to dry out while the plant is getting established. This hydrangea flowers on the previous season’s wood, so if you need to prune it back, do so in late autumn or early spring, but drastic pruning may...
Bauhinia yunnanensis

Bauhinia yunnanensis

Habitat: Part sun to filtered bright light, in fertile, well drained soil. It is deciduous in colder districts. Not recommended in tropical climates because it tends to be a take over merchant. Not so in temperate climates. Distribution: South west China including the...
Aconitum hemsleyanum

Aconitum hemsleyanum

Habitat:  This plant prefers full sun to partial-shade, and moist human rich soil that never completely dries out. As with clematis, it is best to have the foliage in full sun and the base of the plant in shade. The entire plant is highly toxic when ingested....