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Perennial of the year 2010 - Korean plymspirea

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Korean plume spirea is a master of style and form. This year's Perennial 2010 is a find for ground cover and edges but also in a pot and as a small, fine-tuned solitaire.

In June-July, creamy white flower buds rise above the foliage's even hemisphere shape and reach about 30 cm in height. The fact that the flower stalks are red-toned gives extra color and contrast. Korean plume spirea is heterosexual so male and female flowers are found on different plants. Male plants have slightly larger flower buds than female plants. The female plants, on the other hand, get nice, orange-red seed stands in the autumn.

The foliage is finely divided with lobed leaflets. It is brilliant green until autumn when it gets a beautiful autumn color. It is often bright red, but varies from yellow to dark rust red depending on the plant and location. Korean plum spirea is propagated by seed, so each plant has some unique properties. Size and shape are even and uniform, but when it comes to autumn color, there is a variation. Something that is usually an asset because it gives the plantings exciting color changes. In sunny locations with well-drained soil, the autumn color also becomes redder and more intense than in shade and moist soil.

Plymspirea - areas of use

The nature of the plants and the flexibility when it comes to planting site means that Korean plum spirea can be used in a variety of contexts and environments. It is exquisite as a ground cover of small and large areas. If you plant with 25-30 cm from the center to the center of the plants, they will soon grow together. Korean plume spirea is also perfect as an edge plant in flower beds and for low frame hedges.

This year's perennial - purpose

This year's perennial is chosen by Sweden's perennial growers who are part of the Green Industry's national organization, GRO. The purpose of the award is to highlight plants with valuable properties. They must be healthy, beautiful, hardy and easy to care for.

Read more about Korean plume spirea and Perennial of the year 2010.

Previous articles about Perennial of the Year:

2009 - golden night light

2008 - lungwort


This year's perennial - a Korean

This year's perennial 2010 - Korean
plymspirea. Thrives in well-drained stone areas as well as in shady, moist areas
grove environments. Photo: Jonas Bengtsson.

New year and new grand plans!

It's not time yet, though
there will be a spring. Who does not long for the first round of shopping in the garden store this year?
The safest purchases are, as always, the perennials that are selected by Swedish each year
professional grower for Perennial of the Year. This year it's Korean plume spire.

This shrub-like perennial blooms with creamy white
seesaws in June-July but is dense and nice throughout the growing season in both sunny and
shady locations. The foliage is brilliant green until autumn when it begins
crack in yellow to dark rust red, depending on plant and location.

Korean
plymspirea can be used as ground cover, as an edge plant in a flowerbed, to a low
hedge or as solitary. It even manages in a pot all year round without
special winter cover.

It's the landscape architect
Tomas Lagerström at SLU in Ultuna, incidentally married to SR P1's garden expert
Maj-Lis Pettersson, whom we can thank for the Korean plume sprout. He got
view of the plant during a plant expedition in South Korea in 1976 and thought it was
worth trying in Swedish growing conditions. So he collected seeds as in retrospect
has given rise to the plants that grow among Swedish growers today.

It's the fourteenth year in
row as the Perennial of the Year has been nominated. They are healthy, hardy and easy to grow plants -
and several of them bloom until late autumn. Bring the list when it becomes
time to buy new plants for spring:

Korean plymspirea, Aruncus aethusifolius – 2010

Golden Night Light, Oenothera fruticosa – 2009

White-flowered spotted lungwort, Pulmonaria officinalis – 2008

Jättetåtel, Molinia arundinacea – 2007

Kransveronika, Veronicastrum virginicum – 2006

Star cluster, Astrantia major – 2005

Turtle Herb, Chelone obliqua – 2004

Red-leaved alum root, Heuchera micrantha – 2003

Blood Fist, Geranium sanguineum ‘Max Frei’ - 2002

Ulleternell, Anaphalis triplinervis – 2001

Love Herb, Sedum
‘Matron’ 2000

Giant dew cap, Alchemilla mollis – 1999

Red sunhat, Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’ -1998

Steppe sage, Salvia nemorosa – 1997


Perennial of the year 2010 - Korean plume spirea - garden

I have discovered that I have more of the "Perennial of the Year" in my Flower Garden.

The perennial group nominates "Perennial of the Year" every year. This is what it says on their website:

“It is we, Sweden's organized perennial growers, who, with the support of our collective knowledge and experience, nominate the Perennial of the Year. The purpose is to highlight particularly valuable garden plants. This year's Perennial is a healthy, hardy, beautiful perennial that we in the Perennial Group believe should get a little extra attention. ”

Since 1997, a perennial plant has been named "Perennial of the Year" by this group.
The plants they have chosen through the ages are:

  • 1997: Stäppsalvia, Salvia nemorosa, (√) ♥
  • 1998: Red sun hat, Echinacea purpurea AgnMagnus´ (√)
  • 1999: Giant dew cover, Alchemilla mollis, √
  • 2000: Love Herb, Sedum AtMatrona´ √
  • 2001: Ulleternell, Anaphalis triplinervis √
  • 2002: Blood Fist, Geranium sanguineum AxMax Frei´
  • 2003: Red-leaved alum root, Heuchera micrantha √
  • 2004: Turtle Herb, Chelone obliqua ♥
  • 2005: Star cluster, Astrantia major √
  • 2006: Kransveronika, Veronicastrum virginicum
  • 2007: Jättetåtel, Molinia arundinacea
  • 2008: Spotted lungwort, Pulmonaria officinalis (√)
  • 2009: Golden Night Light, Oenothera fruticosa
  • 2010: Korean plymspirea, Aruncus aethusifolius
  • 2011: Blomsterfunkia, Hosta fortunei
  • 2012 Ball Thistle, Echinops bannaticus √
  • 2013 Daglilja, Hemerocallis
  • 2014 Spring growth, Sesleria heufleriana √
  • 2015 White forest aster, Aster divaricatus √
  • 2016 Little love herb, Hylotelephium cauticola
  • 2017 Krypflox, Phlox stolonifera ´Alba´ √

Perennials marked with √ are in my garden. I have had perennials marked with (√) before. Perennials marked with I want in my discount.

These of the "Perennial of the Year" are on "Tomtekullen" right now:


Perennial standard range, Alumrot

Alunrot ‘Frosted Violet’

Heuchera ‘Frosted Violet’

Dark violet leaves and light pink flower.

Alum root thrives in moist garden soils, preferably a nutrient-rich soil in the sun in a semi-shady location. It does not thrive with long periods of drought but is otherwise an easy-to-grow perennial. In recent years, there have been many beautiful leaf varieties in different colors that complement each other and provide nice contrasts in the flowerbed or woodland area. Works great in…

65.00 kr

This year's Perennial, Perennial standard range

Alumrot ‘Plum Pudding’

Heuchera ‘Plum Pudding’

Perennial of the Year 2003

Red-leafed and cream-white flower.

Alum root thrives in moist garden soils, preferably a nutrient-rich soil in the sun in a semi-shady location. It does not thrive with long periods of drought but is otherwise an easy-to-grow perennial. In recent years, there have been many beautiful leaf varieties in different colors that complement each other and provide nice contrasts in the flowerbed or woodland area. Works perfectly …

65.00 kr

Perennial standard range, Alumrot

Alunrot ‘Lime Marmalade’

Heuchera ‘Lime Marmalade’

Alum root thrives in moist garden soils, preferably a nutrient-rich soil in the sun in a semi-shady location. It does not thrive with long periods of drought but is otherwise an easy-to-grow perennial. In recent years, there have been many beautiful leaf varieties in different colors that complement each other and provide nice contrasts in the flowerbed or woodland area. Works great in perennial beds or lots…

65.00 kr

Perennial standard range, Akleja

Akleja ‘Blue Barlow’

Aquilegia ‘Blue Barlow’

Akleja is an appreciated and long-cultivated perennial and there are a large number of crosses (hybrids) of Akleja that occur when you grow more than one species. Most are easy to grow and are often suitable for wildlife because they germinate easily. After flowering, the leaves often wither so that it should be surrounded…

46.00 kr

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Perennial of the year 2010 - Korean plume spirea - garden

Shrubs
Why not let shrubs of different heights, shapes and colors form the frame of the garden. Shrubs are really excellent to plant when you want to divide and make different rooms in the garden. Many shrubs are also beautiful as solitaires.

Tree
Create character in the garden by planting a beautiful tree.

There are many different to choose from most of the larger trees are custom goods.

Ornamental tree
Ornamental trees have become very popular in the garden. There are many different kinds of small stemmed trees that are great as solitaires or planted in pots.

Hedge plants
With a hedge you can frame all or part of your garden.

Hedges can grow freely or be cut to the desired shape and size.
We have a large assortment of hedge plants that you can order from us delivery time in season about 1 week. Welcome to us and download the assortment list.

Roses wonderful roses

Roses are a must in all gardens with their lovely colors and their wonderful scent.

Rhododendron & Azalea
A rhododendron in the garden does not require much care and rewards you with a magnificent and richly flowering early summer. Rhododendron is available in many different colors and sizes. Most of them are evergreen with a shiny, decorative foliage.

Conifers
With conifers in the garden, you get color all year round. There are many different conifers ranging from low creeping to tall trees.

Climbing plants

Imagine how wonderful it is to enjoy beautiful Clematis or feel the scent of Honeysuckle. Climbing plants are perfect when you want to hide an old fence, etc.

Fruit trees and berry bushes

Of course, it's great to be able to pick your own fruit. Not to mention blueberries, currants, raspberries, blackberries, etc. which tastes so good straight from the bush. Many different types of fruit trees and berry bushes mean that you are guaranteed to find something that suits you.

Long-lived plants that you can plant both in the flower bed and in pots. If you choose the right one, you can have beautiful from spring to autumn.


Perennial of the year 2010 A summer flower that thrives almost everywhere

Korean plume spirea is a master of style and form. The round tuft is dense and fresh all season in both sunny and shady locations. This year's Perennial 2010 is a find for ground cover and edges but also in a pot and as a small, fine-tuned solitaire.


Aquatic plants

Water lilies, water hyacinths, callas and lots of aquatic plants are there and you do not need dust to grow aquatic plants, a large tub or a bucket is enough.


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