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Alpine Garden Society On-line Show, 2009

Class 5: view of Alpine plants growing in a container, such as a trough or pot

Entries: 11
Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Trough Garden
Gentiana acaulis, Phlox subulata 'Temiskaming' & 'G.F.Wilson', Aethionema 'Warley Rose' & others.

Entry by Brian & Maureen Wilson

Granite trough with Lychnis alpina
Also: flowering at base - Asarina procumbens. Not flowering: Draba bryoides imbricata, another Draba sp. and 3 hybrid Saxifrages not all visible in photograph.

Entry by David Hoare

Saxifrage Tumbling Waters in Chimney Pot

Entry by Elizabeth Maddock

Saxifrages and Cyclamen

Entry by Graham Catlow

Pinguicula grandiflora

Entry by john lee

Androsace sarmentosa

Entry by Rudolf Weiss

Saxifragas and Sempervivums in a trough

Entry by Luc Gilgemyn

Dianthus microlepis "Rivendell" in a trough

Judge's comment: not 'Rivendell'; probably a form of D. strictus.
Entry by Hilary Birks

Cassiope trough
The plants are Cassiope lycopodioides, C. selaginoides, C. lycopodioides 'Jim Lever', and Rhododendron 'Egret'

Entry by Mrs Isabel Jane Green

alpine plants in a trough
From left back row: Campanula fragilis ssp. 'Cavolini', C. carpatica Moonlight', C. turbinata 'Karl Foerster', From left front row: C. 'Warley White'. C. 'Elizabeth Oliver', C. poscharskyana 'Pinkins', and C. chamissonis 'Superba'(in middle not in flower)

Entry by Diane Clement

Cyclamen coum
Cyclamen coum varieties growing in a low stone trough. They start into flower in December or January and last well into March

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