Although the Florall autumn fair cannot take place due to COVID-19 and consequently no Awards can be presented, we still proudly present the nominees.
Hebe 'Donna Eva' - Erik Boterdaele
Helleborus x ericsmithii ‘Valeria’ - Helleborus bv
One of the most floriferous Helleborus varieties.
The white flowers, which turn purple, appear from October and bloom until the end of February.
Evergreen leaves with red hues.
Hydrangea Serrata ‘Magic Pillow’ - Oprins Plant nv
With blue to pink flowers and intense autumn coloring, the plant is ideal for a weed-free flower carpet.
This hardy shrub covers the ground with underground shoots and remains compact.
Leptopspermum scoparium ‘Larouge’ - Plantcare bvba
The Leptospermum Larouge is grown in an environmentally friendly way, without any pesticides.
The "Larouge" has burgundy red leaves that are also slightly aromatic.
The plants are resistant to heat and drought.
Heptacodium miconioides ‘Tianshan’ - Willy De Nolf
A creamy white flower group in which each wreath contains 7 flowers, followed by the bloom with purple-red fruits.
This plant has dark green glossy foliage that turns yellow in late autumn.
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Sweet Annabelle’ - Willy De Nolf
This Hydrangea has sturdy stems and huge flowers of a silvery pink color.
Thrives even in the coldest climates and is suitable for the garden or as a cut flower.
Sciadopitys verticillata ‘Shine a Light’ - Sprenkels bv
This solitary has green needles, which turn yellowish at the tips.
Grows best in partial shade and is ideal for use in small gardens.
Juniperus scopulorum ‘Klaverjun’ (Blue Ivory) - G. Hoogenraad bv
The variegated conifer has new cream-colored shoots that contrast with the blue foliage.
The winterhardy Blue Ivory can be used as a solitary in many places.
Pruning is not necessary.
Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Paul’s Gold’ - Schrauwen-Moerings vof
Bright yellow Chamaecyparis that has a slightly upright compact growth at a slightly older age and does not burn.
The "Paul's Gold" is suitable for any garden and/or pot.