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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2011

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: 6
Entry by Eberhard Proessdorf

Ramonda nathaliae blue and white on tufa

Entry by Graham Catlow

Sedum spathulifolium 'Atropupureum' & Sempervivum 'Atropurpureum'
An association of Crassulaceae for colour and form

Entry by john lee

Tufa mound
A tufa mound planted with saxifraga,campanula,cyclamen, and androsace.

Entry by Hilary Luker

Grouping of mainly spring flowering alpines
Paeonia veitchii var woodwardii, Shortia soldanelloides shaded from midday sun by paeony leaves, Iris lacustris,Uvularia,Phlox sp.,,Androsaces, Erinus alpinus in tufa block,Gentian sino ornata to flower later

Entry by Hilary Birks

This is a colourful combination of Rhododendrons associated with other plants such as Viburnum and Acer

Entry by Ken Curtis

Early Season Primulas
Spring has arrived! Primula orbicularis, P. chionantha ssp sinopurpurea, P. rosea and P. denticulata planted in damp ground with half sun.

Judge's comment: superb plants of great interest; shattering colour combinations. A touch of the Christopher Lloyds. Voted the best entry of a group of more than one variety of plant in a garden setting or in a container such as a trough.
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