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Alpine Garden Society On-line Show, 2009

Class 41: Ranunculacea or Paeonaceae

Entries: 23
Entry by Cliff Booker

Callianthemum kernerianum Monte Baldo form

Judge's comment: Small but very good Monte Baldo form very well flowered.
Entry by Brian Tye

Aquilegia scopulorum subsp. perplexans
Sown 10/09/07. Grown in large pot with several other alpines. Second generation plant from original seed supplied through seed exchange in 2003. Plants have kept well to form despite many other aquilegias in close proximity. Plants are now self-seeding around

Entry by Luc Scheldeman

Pulsatilla slavica
A subspecies of pulsatilla halleri from the Carpathians.

Entry by Simon Cross

Helleborus thibetanus

Entry by Graham Catlow

Paeonia veitchii var. leiocarpa

Entry by Eberhard Proessdorf

Ranunculus calandrinoides

Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Paeonia x smouthii
Bought from Rawinsky in 1958. Still growing strong. It is easily propagated from any bit of tuber.

Entry by Brian & Maureen Wilson

Pulsatilla patens

Entry by John Good

Ranunculus parnassifolius
Growing in gritty soil a low raised bed in full sun

Entry by Flavien Feriolo

Aquilegia desertum

Entry by Karsten Kjaersgaard

Hepatica nobilis
Sowed 2001

Judge's comment: H. x media
Entry by Robin Callens

Paeonia mairei

Judge's comment: good plant but too large for an Alpine show
Entry by Elizabeth Maddock

Helleborus foetidus

Entry by Ken Curtis

Paeonia mairei

Entry by Val Keegan

Clematis columbiana 'tenuifolia'

Judge's comment: weakly climbing species so better grown prostrate
Entry by john lee

Ranunculas alpestris

Entry by Gail Harland

Paeonia mascula
Grown from AGS seed approx. 12 years ago.

Judge's comment: good plant but too large for an Alpine Show
Entry by Luc Gilgemyn

Ranunculus ficaria "Brazen Hussy"

Entry by Mrs Isabel Jane Green

Callianthemum anemenoides hyb.

Entry by Fermi de Sousa

Paeonia cambessedesii
Grown from seed in 1997 and flowering in the open in a raised Rock Garden bed.

Entry by Hilary Birks

Eranthis cilicium

Entry by Georgina Instone

ranunculus gramineus

Entry by Diane Clement

Paeonia mlokosewitschii

Judge's comment: good plant but too large for an Alpine Show
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