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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012

Class 77: dwarf shrub not covered by any of the specialised classes

Entries: 4
Entry by Doreen Mear

Salix x boydii
This shrub has been growing in a fishbox trough for 6 years and is still only 6 inches tall.

Entry by Michael and Caryl Baron

Aesculus pavia ?
This beautiful form, the young leaves of which are bright red, is now c 1.5m after about eighteen years.

Judge's comment: Not an alpine and not dwarf enoughNAS (Not According to Schedule)
Entry by Hilary Birks

Sorbus porrigentiformis

Judge's comment: S. porrigentiformis is a British endemic 5 m high, this looks like S. poteriifolia
Entry by John Good

Potentilla nitida
Full sun in a sharply drained, preferably calcareous soil are what this classic prostrate alpine shrub requires. It is very long-lived, slowly spreading into an appreciable mat that may (but not always) produce plenty of flowers, although it never quite matches those splendid specimens that grace the limestone screes and rock walls of the Dolomites.

Judge's comment: Not considered to be a shrubNAS (Not According to Schedule)
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