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Serbian Spruce and it's anonymous friend


Serbian Spruce and it's anonymous friend (Picea omorika (Serbian spruce))

Bought both these plants at a local shop in a Hungarian village. The one without a name looks a bit like a variegated hebe. The leaf edges are yellow rather than creamy white.



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Lovely :)))

14 Feb, 2012

 

I wonder if the anonymous one is a Euonymus, Chrispook? It looks rather like the ones I have in my garden.

15 Feb, 2012

 

No the lady at the garden centre said it was not Euonymus, that was my first thought. She said a name in Hungarian that was something to do with goats, that was all we could understand. After Internet research I think it is a Hebe "Golden Katrina". That's my current thought Gee19.

15 Feb, 2012

amy
Amy
 

I thought the same as Gee but obviously not !

18 Feb, 2012

 

how do they survive when ice surrounds ?

18 Feb, 2012

 

All the plants in my garden have to be hardy enough for a cold continental winter Junna. Less hardy ones we have to grow as annuals unless I can overwinter them indoors.

19 Feb, 2012



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