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Plants Kit 18 - Temperate Ornamental Perennials

$96.00 $222.00

Introducing Laubwerk Plant Kit 18 – featuring Temperate Ornamental Perennials. This comprehensive kit includes 10 exquisite flowering ornamental species and cultivars, each offering three variations for the summer season, totaling an impressive 30 models per kit. Please note that Kit 18 is currently a pre-release and offers one season, which results in a reduced price.

Giant Hyssop 'Blue Fortune' (Agastache 'Blue Fortune')

This upright herbaceous perennial forms clumps of leafy stems, with dense spikes of small tubular flowers. It blooms from midsummer to early fall, attracting bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Its aromatic leaves emit a pleasant minty-anise fragrance, and it retains a beautiful silhouette in winter.

Dutch Garlic 'Purple Sensation' (Allium hollandicum 'Purple Sensation')

A ballheaded onion that produces spectacular deep purple flower balls in late spring to early summer. These flower balls consist of filigree star-shaped flowers and grow up to 12 cm in diameter. Sturdy stalks reach heights of up to 90 cm, making it an excellent choice for cut flowers.

Wall Bellflower (Campanula portenschlagiana)

This vigorous, low-growing perennial forms an evergreen mat of small heart or kidney-shaped leaves. It boasts profuse violet-blue bell-shaped flowers from mid- to late summer. Native to the Dalmatian Mountains in Croatia, it pays homage to Austrian naturalist Franz von Portenschlag-Leydermayer in its specific epithet.

Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

An upright, rhizomatous herbaceous perennial with large daisy-like coneflowers featuring purplish-pink petals and a prominent brown central disk. The blooms persist throughout summer, and the dead flower stems remain upright into winter. This plant is a magnet for birds and butterflies and is suitable for fresh or dried floral arrangements.

Blue Eryngo 'Blue Hobbit' (Eryngium planum 'Blue Hobbit')

A compact and bushy herbaceous perennial with steel-blue stems and spiny, silvery blue-green leaves. It boasts spiny, purplish-blue cone-like flower heads that bloom profusely from summer to early fall. The cultivar name "Hobbit" is a nod to the fictional characters created by J.R.R. Tolkien.

Cranesbill 'Bioko' (Geranium × cantabrigiense 'Biokovo')

A vigorous, semi-evergreen hybrid perennial with rounded, lobed leaves. Its pale pink, sterile flowers with deep pink stamens bloom from late spring into mid-summer and occasionally continue into fall. It was discovered as a naturally occurring hybrid in the Biokova Mountains in Croatia.

Macedonian Scabious (Knautia macedonica)

An upright herbaceous perennial with deep purplish-red, domed, pincushion-like flower heads that bloom from early summer to early fall. This somewhat short-lived perennial readily self-seeds. Its specific epithet references Macedonia on the Balkan Peninsula.

English Lavender 'Blue Scent' (Lavandula angustifolia 'Blue Scent')

A compact variety of the flowering subshrub species with scented grey to green leaves and dense blue flowers in summer. Both the foliage and flowers are highly aromatic, and the leaves remain evergreen in warm winter climates. The name "English lavender" is due to its ability to thrive in English weather.

Drumstick Flower (Pycnosorus globosus)

An erect, tufted herbaceous perennial with silver-colored, grass-like leaves that form rosettes. From these rosettes, tall flower stalks rise, producing distinctive primrose yellow globes from late spring to late summer. This plant is a favorite of bees and butterflies and makes an excellent choice for fresh or dried flower arrangements.

Russian Sage 'Blue Spire' (Salvia yangii 'Blue Spire')

An open upright small deciduous subshrub with white stems bearing deeply divided, aromatic greyish leaves. It produces abundant small blue-violet flowers in large panicles in late summer and autumn. Originally from steppe areas and dry forests in Afghanistan, the species is named after Russian general and governor Vasilij Perovskij.

Total of 30 Models: Each Laubwerk Plant in this kit comes in three variations for a single season per species or cultivar, offering flexibility and a rich variety for your 3D landscaping needs.


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    LaubwerK

    Plants Kit 18 - Temperate Ornamental Perennials

    $96.00 $222.00

    Introducing Laubwerk Plant Kit 18 – featuring Temperate Ornamental Perennials. This comprehensive kit includes 10 exquisite flowering ornamental species and cultivars, each offering three variations for the summer season, totaling an impressive 30 models per kit. Please note that Kit 18 is currently a pre-release and offers one season, which results in a reduced price.

    Giant Hyssop 'Blue Fortune' (Agastache 'Blue Fortune')

    This upright herbaceous perennial forms clumps of leafy stems, with dense spikes of small tubular flowers. It blooms from midsummer to early fall, attracting bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Its aromatic leaves emit a pleasant minty-anise fragrance, and it retains a beautiful silhouette in winter.

    Dutch Garlic 'Purple Sensation' (Allium hollandicum 'Purple Sensation')

    A ballheaded onion that produces spectacular deep purple flower balls in late spring to early summer. These flower balls consist of filigree star-shaped flowers and grow up to 12 cm in diameter. Sturdy stalks reach heights of up to 90 cm, making it an excellent choice for cut flowers.

    Wall Bellflower (Campanula portenschlagiana)

    This vigorous, low-growing perennial forms an evergreen mat of small heart or kidney-shaped leaves. It boasts profuse violet-blue bell-shaped flowers from mid- to late summer. Native to the Dalmatian Mountains in Croatia, it pays homage to Austrian naturalist Franz von Portenschlag-Leydermayer in its specific epithet.

    Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

    An upright, rhizomatous herbaceous perennial with large daisy-like coneflowers featuring purplish-pink petals and a prominent brown central disk. The blooms persist throughout summer, and the dead flower stems remain upright into winter. This plant is a magnet for birds and butterflies and is suitable for fresh or dried floral arrangements.

    Blue Eryngo 'Blue Hobbit' (Eryngium planum 'Blue Hobbit')

    A compact and bushy herbaceous perennial with steel-blue stems and spiny, silvery blue-green leaves. It boasts spiny, purplish-blue cone-like flower heads that bloom profusely from summer to early fall. The cultivar name "Hobbit" is a nod to the fictional characters created by J.R.R. Tolkien.

    Cranesbill 'Bioko' (Geranium × cantabrigiense 'Biokovo')

    A vigorous, semi-evergreen hybrid perennial with rounded, lobed leaves. Its pale pink, sterile flowers with deep pink stamens bloom from late spring into mid-summer and occasionally continue into fall. It was discovered as a naturally occurring hybrid in the Biokova Mountains in Croatia.

    Macedonian Scabious (Knautia macedonica)

    An upright herbaceous perennial with deep purplish-red, domed, pincushion-like flower heads that bloom from early summer to early fall. This somewhat short-lived perennial readily self-seeds. Its specific epithet references Macedonia on the Balkan Peninsula.

    English Lavender 'Blue Scent' (Lavandula angustifolia 'Blue Scent')

    A compact variety of the flowering subshrub species with scented grey to green leaves and dense blue flowers in summer. Both the foliage and flowers are highly aromatic, and the leaves remain evergreen in warm winter climates. The name "English lavender" is due to its ability to thrive in English weather.

    Drumstick Flower (Pycnosorus globosus)

    An erect, tufted herbaceous perennial with silver-colored, grass-like leaves that form rosettes. From these rosettes, tall flower stalks rise, producing distinctive primrose yellow globes from late spring to late summer. This plant is a favorite of bees and butterflies and makes an excellent choice for fresh or dried flower arrangements.

    Russian Sage 'Blue Spire' (Salvia yangii 'Blue Spire')

    An open upright small deciduous subshrub with white stems bearing deeply divided, aromatic greyish leaves. It produces abundant small blue-violet flowers in large panicles in late summer and autumn. Originally from steppe areas and dry forests in Afghanistan, the species is named after Russian general and governor Vasilij Perovskij.

    Total of 30 Models: Each Laubwerk Plant in this kit comes in three variations for a single season per species or cultivar, offering flexibility and a rich variety for your 3D landscaping needs.

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