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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2010

Class 41: Ranunculacea or Paeonaceae

Entries: 16
Entry by Palle Rasmussen

Aquilegia jonesii
- it might be a bertolonii or?

Judge's comment: probably A. bertolonii
Entry by Norbert Eberhardt

Adonis vernalis
associated with Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba', Stipa tenuissima(?)

Entry by Luc Scheldeman

eranthis hyemalis

Judge's comment: ? Guinea Gold
Entry by John Good

Adonis vernalis
This 10-year-old plant is growing in a moraine with water constantly running at depth beneath the bed, conditions which it seems to appreciate. Although it is said to prefer limey soil (AGS Encyclopaedia of Alpines), it is growing here in a slightly acid, very gravelly substrate.

Entry by philip walker

Ranunculus gramineus

Entry by Elizabeth Maddock

Aquilegia flabellata growing in the rock garden

Entry by Brian Marshall

Anemony lipsiensis

Entry by Hilary Luker

Callianthemum kernerianum

Judge's comment: looks like C. anemonoides? - but a lovely plant
Entry by Graham Catlow

Anemone blanda

Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Paeonia ostii
Grown from AGS seed and now about 1.5m high. In half shade it has become a bit leggy (I think we should be trying to grow tree peonies in much sunnier positions) It has magnificent plain white flowers about 35cm across. Moderately resistant to botrytis, but frost damaged shoots can easily become rotten.

Judge's comment: 6ft tall Tree Paeony - suitability
Entry by Hilary Birks

Pulsatilla vulgaris

Entry by Jon Evans

Pulsatilla vulgaris

Entry by Luc Gilgemyn

Hepatica nobilis var. pyrenaica

Judge's comment: need to see whole plant
Entry by Martin Rogerson

Anemonella thalictroides Amelia

Entry by Peter Hood

Ranunculus crenatus

Entry by Roma Fiddes

Eranthis hyemalis

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