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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2011

Class 4: view of Alpine plants naturalised in a meadow or woodland setting

Entries: 6
Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Erythronium dens-canis growing in rough grass
The clumps spread quite quickly and look good before the surrounding narcissi come into flower.

Entry by Hilary Luker

Meconopsis naturalised in a woodland bed
Most of these plants are Meconopsis 'Lingholm'.

Entry by Hilary Birks

This meadow area contains tall herbs; Trollius europaeus, Geranium sylvaticum, Osmunda regalis, Cirsium heterophyllum and Geum rivale, amongst others

Entry by Elizabeth Maddock

Naturalised woodland bed
Primulas, Anemones,Erythroniums with Celandine 'Brazen Hussy' running through. Sanguinia canadensis can just be seen on the right.

Entry by Rudolf Weiss

Cyclamen coum self sown under coifers

Entry by Martin Rogerson

Anemone nemerosa in woodland
Anemone nemerosa as part of a woodland succession including bluebells, Rhododendrons, Ramsons and various shade tolerant Primulas

Judge's comment: This IS naturalisation!
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