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Plants for under Pine Trees

Plant lists / Listes de plantes

Plants for under Pine Trees

Seeds for many of these plants are available from the MGF Seed Collection / Beaucoup de graines de ces plantes sont disponibles dans la Collection de graines de MGF
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Arbutus unedo

Evergreen. White flowers and red fruits in autumn.

Chamaerops humilis

Mediterranean fan palm.

Choisya ternata

Evergreen. White flowers April to June.

Coronilla glauca
Evergreen. Yellow flowers February to April.
Cotinus coggygria
Smoke bush. Fluffy flowers May to June.
Cotoneaster lacteus
Red berries in winter.
Dasylirion acrotrichum
Very drought resistant. Well-drained soil.
 
Euonymus japonicus
Evergreen. Greenish flowers in summer.
Euphorbia characias
Very drought resistant. Green flowers March to May.
Genista cinerea
Very drought resistant. Yellow flowers in June.
Juniperus oxycedrus

Evergreen. Drought resistant.

Myrtus communis
Evergreen. Small white flowers July to September.
Phillyrea angustifolia
Very drought resistant. White flowers March to May.
Pistacia lentiscus

Evergreen. Red berries in winter.

Pistacia terebinthus
Very drought resistant. Can be invasive.
Pittosporum tobira

Evergreen. Scented creamy flowers April to June.

Quercus ilex

Very drought resistant. Can be clipped to form a shrub.

Rhamnus alaternus
Evergreen. Yellow flowers April – May.
Rosmarinus officinalis
Evergreen. Blue flowers September to March.
Ruscus aculeatus

Evergreen. Well-drained soil. Green flowers April to May

Santolina chamaecyparissus
Drought resistant. Well-drained soil. Yellow flowers in June.
 
Spiraea x vanhouttei
Needs some water. White flowers April to June.
Teucrium flavum
Evergreen. Yellow flowers May to June.
Teucrium fruticans
Can be clipped. Blue flowers March to June.
Viburnum tinus
Evergreen. White flowers January to March.
Yucca gloriosa
Very drought resistant. Well-drained soil
Abelia x grandiflora

Needs some water. Pinkish-white flowers May to October. 

Acanthus mollis
Evergreen in winter. White flowers May to June.
Aphyllanthes monspeliensis
Very drought resistant. Blue flowers April to June
 
Argyrolobium zanonii
Well-drained soil. Yellow flowers May to June.
Ballota sp.
Well-drained soil. Good for foliage contrast.
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
Blue flowers June to October. Red foliage in autumn.
Dorycnium hirsutum
Very drought resistant. Pinkish-white flowers May to June.
Erigeron karvinskianus
Flowers from April to October.
Helleborus argutifolius
Evergreen. Green flowers January to March.
Laserpitium gallicum
Very drought resistant. White flowers in summer.
 
Mahonia aquifolium
Evergreen. Needs some water. Yellow flowers in spring.
 
Ranunculus creticus
Well-drained alkaline soil. Yellow flowers March to April.
Staehelina dubia
Very drought resistant. Mauvish-white flowers May to July.
Stipa tenuifolia
Silvery flowers May to June. Can be invasive.
Lonicera fragrantissima

Needs some water. Deep friable soil. Cream flowers December to January.

 
Lonicera implexa
Evergreen. Needs some water. Red/yellow flowers May to June.
 
Rosa banksiae lutescens

Semi-evergreen. Yellow flowers April to May.

Iris unguicularis
Very drought resistant. Purple flowers from December to March.
Scilla peruviana
Large blue flowers in spring.
Sternbergia lutea
Yellow flowers October to November.

Plants with Fragrant Flowers

Plant lists / Listes de plantes

Plants with Fragrant Flowers

Perfumed roses are noted in the Roses list

Seeds for many of these plants are available from the MGF Seed Collection / Beaucoup de graines de ces plantes sont disponibles dans la Collection de graines de MGF
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Akebia quinata
Twining climber
Vanilla scented flowers followed by sausage-shaped purple fruits.
Bignonia capreolata
Evergreen, tendril climber.
Red/orange flowers with coffee fragrance.
Clematis armandii
Eary-flowering evergreen clematis.
Holboellia coriacea
Evergreen.
Small ceam/mauve male and female flowers, purple fruits.
Jasminum azoricum
An evergreen twining vine.
Lemon-scented flowers. Long flowering period.
 
Jasminum officinale
Deciduous.
Scented white flowers in summer.
Jasminum polyanthum
Evergreen twining climber.
Fragrant pink/white flowers open from pink buds.
Lonicera etrusca
A deciduous climbing honeysuckle.
Fragrant pink to yellow flowers.
Mandevilla laxa
Twining climber.
Trachelospermum asiaticum
Evergreen, twining climber.
Fragrant buff-centred, creamy flowers.
Trachelospermum jasminoides
Evergreen, twining climber.
Highly scented white flowers in summer.
Wisteria sinensis
Vigorous climber.
Small pea-like, highly scented, mauve or white flowers in spring.
Cyclamen confusum
Autumn flowering.
Cyclamen hederifolium var. crassifolium
Vigorous and strongly scented. Autumn flowering.
Muscari macrocarpum
Strongly scented. Spring flowering
 
Narcissus ‘Paperwhite Grandiflora‘
Winter flowering bulb with heavy fragrance.
Narcissus papyraceus
Highly perfumed flowers in early spring.
Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus
Sweetly-scented flowers in late spring.
Naturalises well in grass.
Aponogeton distachyos
Aquatic perennial.
White flowers have vanilla fragrance.
Dianthus ‘Mrs Sinkins‘
Strongly scented when close to the flower. Good as a cut flower.
 
Hemerocallis ‘Judge Orr ‘
Drought tolerant. Short-lived golden yellow flowers.
Hemerocallis ‘Stella d‘Oro‘
A compact day lily with short-lived yellow flowers in mid-summer.
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus
Spreading rhizomatous perennial with fragrant, pale yellow flowers.
Mirabilis jalapa
Trumpet-shaped, many-coloured flowers.
Petasites fragrans
Perfumed pinkish flowers in late winter.
Spreading, can be invasive.
 
Abelia biflora
Pale pink flowers in summer.
Abelia chinensis
Deciduous shrub.
Lightly scented white flowers in summer and autumn.
Abelia x grandiflora
Attractive glossy leaves.
Pale pink, perfumed flowers in summer.
Azara serrata
Evergreen, glossy foliage and fragrant yellow flowers.
 
Buddleja chinensis
‘Bewitching’ perfume, small flowers.
Buddleja crispa
Soft grey-green foliage.
Lilac-pink flowers in summer.
Buddleja officinalis
Pale pink fragrant flowers in early spring.
Calycanthus floridus
Dark green aromatic leaves, fragrant brown/red flowers.
Cestrum nocturnum
Night-time fragrance which attracts pollinating moths.
Good house plant.
Cestrum parqui
Yellow-green flowers, fragrant in the early evening.
Choisya ternata
Evergreen rounded shrub, fragrant white blooms.
Coronilla valentina
Pea-like yellow flowers, very perfumed.
Daphne odora
Evergreen. Pink/white fragrant flowers in winter.
Elaeagnus x ebbingei
Small very fragrant flowers in autumn.
Good hedging plant.
Jasminum floridum
Semi-evergreen shrub with deep yellow flowers.
Jasminum grandiflorum
Scrambling deciduous shrub.
Large white flowers with a rich, sweet fragrance.
Lonicera fragrantissima
Winter-flowering shrub with fragrant creamy-white flowers.
Mahonia japonica
Evergreen. Sprays of fragrant yellow flowers in winter.
Osmanthus fragrans
Small creamy-white, strongly-fragrant flowers in summer and autumn.
Can be used as a flavouring for tea, sweets and wine.
 
Osmanthus heterophyllus
Evergreen shrub with holly-shaped leaves.
Small, white, very fragrant flowers
Osmanthus x burkwoodii
Glossy, finely-toothed leaves.
Highly scented, jasmine-like white flowers.
Philadelphus coronarius
Creamy white flowers in late spring, very fragrant.
Photo: Philadelphus coronarius ‘Belle Etoile‘
Pittosporum heterophyllum
Pale yellow, strongly scented flowers followed by dark red fruits.
Pittosporum tenuifolium
Honey-scented, deep purple flowers in late spring.
Photo: Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Atropurpureum‘
Pittosporum tobira
Evergreen, drought tolerant.
Creamy yellow flowers with orange blossom scent.
Sarcococca confusa
Evergreen shrub to 2m high.
Small, white very fragrant flowers in winter.
Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis
Compact evergreen shrub.
Creamy-white, very fragrant flowers in winter.
Spartium junceum
Pea-like, scented yellow flowers.
 
Viburnum carlesii
Red buds open to highly fragrant, pale pink flowers.
Viburnum x bodnantense
Purple shoots open to fragrant pink-white flowers.

Seed Collection / Collection de graines (MGi)

Seed Collection / Collection de graines (MGi)

View the seed list / Voir la liste de graines

This seed collection, maintained by Chantal Guiraud in Montpellier, is open to members of organisations belonging to Mediterranean Gardening International, and to members of the Mediterranean Garden Society. Although we don’t ask you to send in seed when you make an order, it’s obvious that this free service will only work well if members contribute fresh seed each year. It isn’t necessary to send in large quantities of each type of seed and there are no date limits for contributing or for ordering seeds. When sending or ordering seeds, please indicate in your email or letter, the name of the MGi gardening association to which you belong.

Cette collection de graines, gérée par Chantal Guiraud à Montpellier, est ouverte à tout membre adhéré à une des associations qui font partie de Mediterranean Gardening International, ainsi qu’aux membres du Mediterranean Gardening Society. Bien que vous ne soyez pas obligés d’envoyer des graines en échange, il est évident que ce service gratuit ne peut fonctionner que grâce à vos envois de graines fraîches chaque année. Il n’est pas nécessaire d’envoyer de grosses quantités à chaque fois. Il n’y a pas de date limite, ni pour l’envoi de graines, ni pour la commande de graines. Quand vous envoyez ou commandez des graines, veuillez indiquer dans votre mail ou dans votre lettre le nom de l’association MGi dont vous êtes membre.

The seed list will be updated at least twice each year, on 1 January for spring sowing and on 1 August for September sowing, the latter being particularly recommended for Mediterranean plants.

Sachez seulement que la liste sera mise à jour au moins 2 fois par an, au 1er janvier pour les semis de printemps et au 1er août pour les semis de septembre – saison fortement recommandée pour les plantes typiquement méditerranéennes.

Sending seeds
Collect seeds from your garden, clean off any debris, then put each variety in a paper envelope, clearly marked with the name of the plant, the date and the location where the seed was collected. These envelopes should then be placed in a padded envelope and posted to :

Envoi de graines
Insérer vos graines récoltées, nettoyées et débarrassées de tout débris dans une enveloppe papier en indiquant clairement sur chaque enveloppe le nom de la plante, la date et le lieu de récolte. Placez ensuite ces enveloppes dans une enveloppe à bulles et envoyez-la à l’adresse suivante :

Chantal Guiraud
75 rue de la Vieille Poste
34000 Montpellier
FRANCE

If possible, please email us photos of the plants whose seeds you send us by clicking here.

Envoyez-nous, si possible, les photos des plantes dont vous nous donnez les graines en cliquant ici.

Ordering seeds
You may order up to 10 packets of seeds each year or 15 packets if you have contributed seed yourself. It is a good idea to add 3 or 4 alternatives to your order in case the ones you want are out of stock. Send your order to Chantal either by post or email.

Commande de graines
Vous pouvez commander 10 paquets de graines chaque année ou 15 si vous êtes donateur. Il est fortement conseillé d’ajouter 3 ou 4 espèces différentes dans votre choix de graines en cas de rupture de stock. Envoyez votre commande à Chantal à l’adresse ci-dessus ou par mail.

European Union regulations

The latest European Union regulations require a phytosanitary certificate when importing seeds to France from a non-EU country, however this is not necessarily the case when exporting seeds. Regulations vary depending on the country.

Réglementation européenne

La nouvelle réglementation européenne exige un certificat phytosanitaire afin de pouvoir importer des graines arrivant d’un pays non-européen, mais le contraire n’est pas toujours valable. Il diffère selon le pays concerné.

More advice about seeds / Plus de conseils concernants les graines:

Easy Seeds / Graines faciles
Seeds to sow in July and August / semis de juillet et août
Seeds for September / Semis de Septembre
Propagation from seeds / Propagation par semis
Grasses on our Seed List / Graminées à choisir dans la liste de graines
Salvias

Bulbs from South Africa

Plant lists / Listes de plantes

Bulbs from South Africa
Bulbes Sud-Africains

Photographs by Johann Nieuwoudt

Leigh Nieuwoudt of Simply Indigenous (SA Bulb Company) has sent us this list of summer-flowering bulbs suitable for hot dry summers and winter temperatures to -10˚C.

Leigh Nieuwoudt de la pépinière ‘Simply Indigenous’ (SA Bulb Company) nous a envoyé cette liste des bulbes à floraison estivale qui conviennent pour des été secs et chauds et des températures hivernales inférieurs à -10°C.

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Agapanthus ‘Black Magic‘
Hybrid. Almost black flowers in summer. Full sun.
Keep dry during winter dormancy
Agapanthus ‘Lilac Mist‘
Hybrid. Bell-shaped lilac flowers in summer. Full sun
Keep dry during winter dormancy
Agapanthus comptonii subsp. comptonii
Blue flowers in summer. Sun or semi-shade. Evergreen.
Needs a little water throughout the year.
Agapanthus inapertus subsp. pendulus
Blue pendulous flowers in summer. Full sun.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Agapanthus inapertus subsp. pendulus ‘Graskop‘
Deep purple pendulous flowers in summer. Full sun.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Agapanthus inapertus subsp. pendulus ‘White‘
White pendulous flowers in summer. Full sun.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis ‘Big Blue‘
Blue flowers in summer. Sun or semi-shade. Evergreen.
Needs a little water throughout the year.
Albuca altissima
White/greenish scented flowers, spring/summer.
Well-drained soil. Good for rockeries.
Albuca nelsonii
White flowers with greenish stripe, to 1m high. Evergreen.
Well-drained soil. Good for rockeries.
Albuca shawii
Yellow scented flowers, 15-40 cm high in spring/summer.
Keep dry during winter dormancy
Albuca sp. ‘Nottingham Road‘
White flowers in summer. Thick bright green leaves.
Keep dry during winter dormancy
Ammocharis coranica
Pink to burgundy scented flowers in summer.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Boophone disticha
Large fan-shaped leaves, pink flowers in summer. Full sun.
Needs very well-drained soil.
Brunsvigia grandiflora
Pink flowers in summer, to 80cm high. Full sun.
Needs very well-drained soil.
Bulbine narcissifolia
Succulent. Yellow flowers in autumn and spring. Full sun.
Needs very little water.
Crinum buphanoides
Fragrant white to pink flowers in summer. Full sun.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Crinum gramnicola
Deep pink flowers in summer, broad, spreading leaves.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Crocosmia paniculata
Dark orange flowers in summer on tall stems. Pleated leaves. Full sun.
Well-drained soil.
Cyrtanthus contractus
Orange flowers spring/early summer, followed by leaves. Full sun.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Dierama pendulum
Pink or white spring flowering varieties. Evergreen. Full sun.
Drimia capensis
White to yellowish flowers on tall stems in summer. Evergreen. Full sun.
Well-drained soil. Needs very little water in winter.
Drimia elata
Scented flowers on tall stems in a variety of colours in spring/summer.
Winter dormant.
Eucomis zambesiaca
Creamy white flowers in summer, to 25cm high. Full sun.
Winter dormant.
Gladiolus dalenii ‘Red Dazzle‘
Orange-red flowers in summer. Fast growing. Full sun.
Winter dormant.
Gladiolus papilio
Unusually coloured flowers in spring on tall stems. Full sun.
Winter dormant.
Hypoxis hemerocallidea
Yellow flowers in spring and summer. Full sun.
Keep dry during winter dormancy
Hypoxis sp.
Small yellow flowers in summer. Bright green leaves. Full sun.
Winter dormant.
Ledebouria ovatifolia
Pink flowers in spring and summer. Spotted leaves. Full sun.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Ledebouria sp.
Pinkish-purple flowers in early summer. Pale green leaves. Full sun.
Keep dry during winter dormancy
Merwilla plumbea
syn. Scilla natalensis
Blue flowers in summer, up to 25cm high. Full sun.
Needs well-drained soil. Keep dry during winter dormancy.
Nerine huttoniae
Large deep pink flowers in summer. Broad glossy leaves. Full sun.
Some water in summer. Keep dry during winter dormancy
Ornithogalum longibracteatum
Whiteish-green flowers in summer. Fast growing. Evergreen. Full sun.
Must be planted partially above ground. Needs very well-drained soil.
Prototulbaghia siebertii
Dwarf plant with white flowers in summer. Grass-like leaves. Full sun.
Keep dry during winter dormancy
Scadoxus puniceus
Orange-red flowers winter to spring. Sun or shade.
Keep dry when dormant.
Tulbaghia acutiloba
Green/orange sweetly-scented flowers throughout the year. Full sun.
Tulbaghia violacea
Lilac flowers with strong onion scent. Evergreen. Full sun.
Urginea altissima
White flowers with green stripe on tall stems in spring/early summer.
Well-drained soil. Needs very little water.
Watsonia angusta
Orange-red flowers in spring and summer. Evergreen. Full sun.
Watsonia knysnana x pillansii ‘Crimson Lake‘
Cerise pink flowers in summer. Fan-shaped leaves. Evergreen. Full sun.
Watsonia knysnana x pillansii ‘Helvetica‘
Pale pink flowers in summer. Fan-shaped leaves. Evergreen. Full sun.
Watsonia knysnana x pillansii ‘Pink Porcelain‘
Pale pink flowers in summer. Fan-shaped leaves. Evergreen. Full sun.
Watsonia pillansii
Orange-red flowers in spring and summer. Evergreen. Full sun.

Plantes pour une terrasse végétale

Plant lists / Listes de plantes

Plantes pour une terrasse végétale

Seeds for many of these plants are available from the MGF Seed Collection / Beaucoup de graines de ces plantes sont disponibles dans la Collection de graines de MGF
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Achillea umbellata
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
S’adapte au piétinement (adapts to foot-traffic)
Antirrhinum hispanicum
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Arctanthemum arcticum
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
White, daisy-like flowers September – October
 
Artemisia ‘Canescens ‘
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
S’adapte au piétinement
Artemisia caerulescens subsp. gallica
Propagation par rhizomes
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Artemisia pontica
Propagation par rhizomes
S’adapte au piétinement
Clinopodium serpyllifolium subsp. fruticosum
Propagation par semis (seeds)
White flowers June – October
Convolvulus cneorum
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
 
Dianthus pyrenaicus ‘Cap Bear‘
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Dorycnium hirsutum
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Erigeron karvinskianum
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Erodium trifolium
Propagation par semis (seeds)
S’adapte au piétinement
Erysimum x cheiri
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Euphorbia ‘Copton Ash‘
Propagation par rhizomes
S’adapte au piétinement
Euphorbia cyparissias ‘Tall Boy‘
Propagation par rhizomes
Moyen adaptation au piétinement
Euphorbia nicaeensis
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Geranium macrorrhizum
Propagation par rhizomes
Ombre/mi-ombre
Geranium sanguineum
Propagation par rhizomes
Soleil/mi-ombre
Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo‘
Propagation par rhizomes
Ombre/mi-ombre
Helichrysum orientale
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Hypericum aegypticum
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Hypericum olympicum ‘Citrinum‘
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Soleil/mi-ombre
 
Limonium pruinosum
Propagation par semis (seeds)
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Linum arboreum
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Nepeta racemosa
Propagation par drageons (suckers) et semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Oenothera macrocarpa
Propagation par drageons (suckers) et semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Origanum dictamnus
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
 
Origanum majorana
Propagation par drageons (suckers) et semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Pallensis maritima
Propagation par semis (seeds)
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Rhodanthemum catananche
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
S’adapte au piétinement
Rhodanthemum hosmariense
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Montagnette‘
Propagation par marcottes (layering)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Scabiosa minoana
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Stachys cretica
Propagation par drageons (suckers) et semis (seeds)
S’adapte au piétinement
Teucrium ackermanii
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Teucrium aureum
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
S’adapte au piétinement
Teucrium cossonii
Sans caractère pionnier (does not spread)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Teucrium luteum
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Moyen adaptation au piétinement
Thymus vulgaris
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Achillea crithmifolia
Propagation entre les dalles par rhizomes
S’adapte au piétinement (adapts to foot-traffic)
Achillea tomentosa
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Cymbalaria muralis
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Ombre/mi-ombre
Dymondia margaretae
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Glechoma hederacea
Propagation par rhizomes
Ombre/mi-ombre
Hypericum tomentosum
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Faible adaptation au piétinement
Iris lutescens
Propagation par rhizomes
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Origanum scabrum
Propagation par drageons (suckers) et semis (seeds)
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Potentilla verna
Propagation par drageons (suckers) et semis (seeds)
S’adapte au piétinement
Psephellus bellus
syn. Centaurea bella
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Soleil/mi-ombre
Salvia multicaulis
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Sedum album ‘Coral Carpet‘
Enracinement des fragments
Moyen adaptation au piétinement
 
Sedum gypsicola
Enracinement des fragments
Moyen adaptation au piétinement
 
Sedum ochroleucum
Enracinement des fragments
Moyen adaptation au piétinement
Tanacetum densum
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
S’adapte au piétinement
Teucrium chamaedrys
Propagation par drageons (suckers)
Soleil/mi-ombre
 
Thymus herba-barona
Enracinement des tiges (stem-rooting)
S’adapte au piétinement
Thymus praecox subsp. polytrichus
Enracinement des tiges (stem-rooting)
S’adapte au piétinement
Thymus roegneri
syn. T.hirsutus
Enracinement des tiges (stem-rooting)
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Thymus serpyllum ‘Lemon Curd‘
Enracinement des tiges (stem-rooting)
S’adapte au piétinement
Thymus serpyllum subsp. serpyllum
Enracinement des tiges (stem-rooting)
S’adapte au piétinement
Allium tuberosum
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Antirrhinum barrelieri
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
 
Armeria arenaria
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
 
Asphodeline liburnica
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Asphodelus fistulosus
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Asphodelus ramosus subsp. ramosus
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Centranthus ruber ‘Albus‘
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Eschscholzia californica
Propagation par semis (seeds)
S’adapte au piétinement
Glaucium flavum
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement
Goniolimon speciosum
Fleurs mauve en juillet-août
S’adapte au piétinement
 
Scabiosa holosericea
Propagation par semis (seeds)
Faible (poor) adaptation au piétinement