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Alpine Garden Society On-line Show, 2009

Class 3: view of a grouping of Alpine plants in a garden setting for effective association of colour or foliage, brief description to be included

Entries: 11
Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Centre bed in February
A mass of Crocus tommasinianus,various snowdrops including: back left to right Galanthus 'Marjorie Brown' and G.'Dionysius'.Also leaves of Colchicum cilicicum and young red leaves of Paeonia daurica.

Entry by Brian & Maureen Wilson

Rhododendron yakushimanum X pachysanthum + Fritillaria meleagris
Other colour visible behind (but actually the front of the bed as pic was taken from rear) is Erythronium revolutum + Rh. dendrocharis.

Entry by Hilary Birks

Rhododendron carnival
My rhododendrons make a stunning display in early May. Here are R. Gull Kroner, R. Gartnerdirektor Glocker, R. Karin, and an unamed pink beauty. Later dwarf Azaleas flower with Meconopsis Lingholm, Aquilegia atrata, Polemonium, and Lilies.

Entry by Vivien Roeder

Winter pots
A selection of small pots of winter flowering plants for comfortable viewing near the house. Cyclamen coum, Sedum spathifolium,Primula, Helleborus, Galanthus.

Judge's comment: not in garden settingNAS (Not According to Schedule)
Entry by Elizabeth Maddock

Small Acer, with Heuchera, Tiarella cordifolia, Tellima grandiflora, Rhododendron, Primula elatior

Entry by Flavien Feriolo

Digitalis obscura, Cistus crispus, Lychnis viscosa in April
All from wild seeds

Entry by Graham Catlow

Raised ericaeceous bed in May
This is a raised bed which features an Acer palmatum that has developed a prostrate branch that covers the wall and hangs down over it. In the foreground is Euphorbia amygdaloides purpurea planted for its red stems and to cover the wall. The seasons begin with a ground cover of Dicentra Bacchanal and a red Camelia both of which are past their best in the photo. In the background are two Azalea occidentalis and to the left is Azalea Persil. Below the Persil is a dwarf deep red Rhododendron just coming into flower.

Entry by Luc Gilgemyn

Group of Alpines
Phlox douglasii "Cracker Jack" dominating this raised bed when it flowers, its neighbours : Campanula garganica, Geranium cinereum "Ballerina", Sedum spathulifolium "Cape blanco" all yet to flower. Veronica gentianoides and Phylliopsis hillieri "Pinocchio" going over.

Entry by Mrs Isabel Jane Green

alpine plants with effective colour association
Corydalis cheilanthus and Iris 'Katherine Hodgkin'

Entry by Diane Clement

Group of plants for colour association
A selection of plants enjoying a moist site, with whites setting off stronger colours: Rhododendron glaucophyllum and R Maricee, Anemone trullifolia, Meconopsis x cookei, Anemone Vestal, Primula sieboldii

Entry by Matic Sever

Dianthus La Bourboule
I planted together Dianthus La Bourboule which goes beautifully togeter with soft blue of Globularia cordata and cream white of Antennaria. Behind you can se Sedum sexangulare and Sedum album.

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