A superb, compact and rounded shrub with delicate branches and leaves.
Weeping shape, vigorous, dense and bushy. Very thin, lacinate and deeply divided foliage that remains dark purple throughout the season, from 5 to 8 cm long with 5 to 7 lobes.
Vigorous and unusual shrub, larger than it is tall, semi-weeping in a mushroom form. Purple-red in spring and summer, turning scarlet red in autumn.
A sturdy shrub, branches starting at the base, well erect. Laciniated foliage, tinted red in the spring, green in summer, going from orangy-yellow to purple-red in autumn.
Synonym: 'Schwedleri Nigrum'; 'Goldsworth Purple'. Tree forming a wide purple column with an oval crown. Beautiful yellow flowering before the leaves.
Dense and compact column, staying purple through the season. Beautiful colours in autumn. Good choice for small gardens. Can grow 8 to 10m with age. Any soil, even chalky.
A hardy and robust plant, resistant to pollution. Beautiful light green foliage edged with creamy white, 18 to 22 cm long with 5 lobes. Young leaves tinged with yellow in spring.
Small round and flattened tree, dense, dark green turning golden yellow in Autumn. Rustic and robust plant, resistant to pollution. Olive green young leaves in the spring. Any soil, even chalky.
Sturdy tree, forming a column, very interesting for small gardens and alignments along buildings as its roots will not damage any masonry.
The palmed green leaves have 5 lobes and turn a bright red colour, particularly attractive in autumn. Forms a lovely, compact and pyramidal tree.
Very vigorous and hardy tree, with lateral branches dropping slightly, giving a semi-weeping appearance. Finely cut leaves, turning golden yellow in autumn.
Vigorous tree, growing thick from the base. 15 cm long leaves with 3 well cut lobes, turning yellow and pink in autumn. Small light yellow flowering in March before the leaves.
Remarkable round and palmed leaves of 8-12cm, cut out to a half with 7-11 oval lobes. Gold coloured from spring to autumn, sometimes edged in red or brown.
A lovely erect shrub or small-sized tree, convenient for small spaces. Remarkable bright red autumn colours. Red winged fruit of 3cm in early summer.
A vigorous and compact columnar tree. Beautiful autumn colours. Leaves are thick and lustrous. Can grow to over 10m.
Sturdy dense tree, oval peak. Well cut out and beautiful green leaves. A natural hybrid between a red maple and a silver maple.
Minier edition in 2010. Presumed hybrid of the Maples 'campestris' and 'cappadocicum'.
This self-fertilizing variety is productive, even without a female variety. Kiwis are green then brown in summer. Smooth skinned, they may be eaten without being peeled.
Abundant and original red kiwis in summer, smooth skinned (without hairs), and therefore edible without having to peel off the skin.
Late-maturing female variety from December to February. Big fruit from 70 to 100 g, excellent quality pulp, moderately sweet sour perfumed. Long shelf life, especially in a cool and humid room.
A self-fertilising kiwifruit that produces a good quantity of large fruit, comparable to the famous 'Hayward' variety, from a young age.
A Minier edition. Bearing from a young age, little, apple-shaped kiwis, sweet, yellow and apple-scented. Harvested in October-November and to be eaten between end of November to January.
A Minier edition.
Self-fertilizing plant. Distributed in France by Minier in 1996. Excellent variety with numerous kiwis, even during the first few years, from December to February. Medium-sized fruit.
Plant one male for 1 to 7 females. Branches covered with reddish down. White perfumed flowers with a yellowish tinge at the end of flowering, a little smaller than those of the female plants.
Will bear fruit without needing a male subject close by. An excellent variety with numerous large kiwis from December to February. White and perfumed flowers, with eventually, yellow tints.
Very original leaves, purple in spring, then soft green widely washed with white and pink. Inconspicuous perfumed white flowers of 1.5 cm diameter in June.
Original dark green leaves, with large white patches, more often nearer the tips of leaves and on the red, smaller petals. Small growth for this kiwi plant, intersting for small gardens.
Outstanding for its double white flowers. Does not bear fruits, which is an advantage for car parks and busy places.
Large flowers in dark purple-red clusters in May. Beautiful shiny dark green foliage. Does not bear fruits, which is an advantage for car parks and busy places.
A plant of compact bearing with dark green leaves. Large white flowers, grouped densely together in a sperical form, at the end of long stems, appearing between July and September.
The darkest of the 'Agapanthus inapertus pendulus' varieties. The flowers appearing in summer, are tube-like and droop.
One of the first in the variety to renew flowering from June to September. The bright pale blue flowers are streaked with dark blue on each of the petals.
White streaked, topaze-blue flowers appear in abundance from July to September. The spherical bunches form at the end of rigid stems.
A plant of compact bearing with dark green leaves. Large dark blue flowers, grouped densely together in a sperical form, at the end of long stems, appearing between July and September.
Compact and floriferous : from July to September, numerous pure white flowers appear, bunched at the end of erect, short stems.
Large white flowers in summer, and ribbon-like evergreen leaves. The flowers are clustered together at the end of solid and erect stems. An exotic and colourful plant for gardens.
Large blue flowers in summer, evergreen tapering leaves. this perennial will bear, from a young age, blue or white flowers in bunches at the end of long rigid and upright stems.
The enormous blue flowers, can sometimes grow to over 30cm in diameter.
A beautiful and compact plant with very upright stems. Superb, abundant and original ultramarine coloured flowers appearing in July-August, and starting at a young age.
A superb and compact plant with dark blue flowers, poising on erect stems. Extremely floriferous from June to August, and can carry up to 100 flowers at 5 years old.
The flower, bunched in balls, is white and double, and flowering will begin in the first year of planting. Borne on short stems and positioned just above the lovely delicate frank green leaves.
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Catalogue Minier Solutions Pro 2019 - 2020
Catalogue Minier Solutions Pro 2018 - 2019