Markéta Balajková

Markéta Balajková

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Prací prostředky | Spuma di Sciampagna | Spuma di Sciampagna Marsiglia di Citronela 46prac.dávek | Drogerie z dovozu

Prací prostředky | Spuma di Sciampagna | Spuma di Sciampagna Marsiglia di Citronela 46prac.dávek | Drogerie z dovozu

Prací prostředky | Spuma di Sciampagna | Spuma di Sciampagna Marsiglia di Citronela 46prac.dávek | Drogerie z dovozu

Prací prostředky | Spuma di Sciampagna | Spuma di Sciampagna Marsiglia di Citronela 46prac.dávek | Drogerie z dovozu

Enjoy the flavor of wild blueberries in mid to late spring! Exceptionally hardy shrubs, long valued in Japan, can reach 6-8' tall and bear white tubular flowers followed by large blue berries. Space 4-6' apart. Plant both varieties for cross-pollination. Zones 3-9. Ships in a 4" pot. Lonicera caerulea subsp. edulis

Honeyberry ‘Wild Honey’, this unique berry is a member of the Honeysuckle family. Native to Eastern Siberia, Russia & Japan. Forms a compact shrub with berries long & flavor of wild blueberries.

AKEBI FRUIT: Akebia Quinata (aka Chocolate Vine or Five-Leaf Akebia) is a shrub that is native to Japan, China and Korea

Also known as Chocolate Vine, is as yet a relatively unknown twining climber, but is much appreciated for its filigree leaves and long lasting foliage. The plant is semi-evergreen.

Akebia quinata (Chocolate Vine) is a semi-evergreen climber with bright green leaves it can make a height of 8-12m with a spread of 8m at maturity so it needs plenty of space.  The flowers smell of chocolate hence its name.  It is of full sun and is also shade-tolerant so you can plant it pretty much everywhere nor is it fussy about soil type as long as it's moist and well-drained.

Fiveleaf Akebia (Akebia quinata) is a vigorously spreading and climbing vine with attractive, bluish-green foliage. Dangling stalks of fragrant, deep purple flowers add to the show. Fast cover for fences.