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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2010

Class 7: rock plant not covered by any of the specialised classes

Entries: 14
Entry by Palle Rasmussen

Oxalis adenophylla

Judge's comment: Need to see the whole plant to assess achievement
Entry by Neil Hubbard

Orobanche amethystea
Wild seed sown September 2008, growing on Eryngium maritimum

Judge's comment: A remarkable achievement botanically
Entry by Luc Scheldeman

Polygala calcarea Lillet

Entry by philip walker

Phlox kelseyi 'Rosette'

Entry by Eberhard Proessdorf

Linum cariense

Judge's comment: Unusual plant, well grown
Entry by Mel Linney

Rebutia 'Amber'

Entry by Brian Marshall

Phlox grayii

Judge's comment: Not Phlox - Brassicaceae class? Ptilotrichum (Alyssum) spinosum 'Roseum'?
Entry by Graham Catlow

Agapanthus 'Lilliput'

Judge's comment: Lovely, but not really an alpine
Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Geranium albanum
We first saw this form growing on the terrace at Great Dixter and have always called it 'Christopher Lloyd's form' It is a great plant that flowers profusely and then dies back (summer dormant). Its seeds are unusual as they stay put in tight woody clusters. They germinate easily. It is a great plant for a warm wall or amongst paving.

Entry by Elizabeth Maddock

Phlox flowers

Entry by Hilary Birks

Armeria maritima alba

Entry by Jon Evans

Phlox Oschsenblut

Entry by Rudolf Weiss

Selaginella sanguinolenta

Entry by Peter Hood

Hacquetia epipactis

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