Alpine Garden Society

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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2011

Class 1: view of an Alpine bed in a garden setting (eg. scree, raised bed, rockery), brief description to be included

Entries: 5
Entry by Luc Scheldeman

Part of the rockgarden in early May at the start of the flowering-season

Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Raised terrace bed in April
There are several Daphnes including D.'Bramdean', D.'Tichborne', D.'Lawrence Crocker',and D.tangutica. Also growing here are Iberis 'Little Gem', purple Aubrieta, Paeonia smouthii, Gentiana acaulis and Tulipa clusiana.

Entry by john lee

Alpine scree
A relatively small garden with well stocked screes, tufa mound,and troughs

Entry by Ken Curtis

Sunny Rockery in Mid July
Eriogonum umbellatum v. porteri, Daphne 'Lawrence Crocker', Draba dedeana (in seed), various Penstemons, Dianthus, Saxifrage, Phlox, Stellera chamaejasme (just starting to bloom) and Veronica.

Entry by Luc Gilgemyn

Small rockery in the front garden
A small rockery facing South and West with a mixed planting with Lewisia Cotyledon and Alyssum Pulvinare dominating and further Arenaria tetraquetra var. granatensis, Edraianthus serpyllifolius, Erinus alpinus, Aethionema cordifolium; etc...

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