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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2013

Class 29: Campanulaceae excl Campanula

Entries: 8
Entry by John Good

Physoplexis comosa
Not as difficult to grow outside as it is often made out to be, given a tight crevice and protection from competition by other plants it is long-lived and reliably free-flowering. Despite its reputation to the contrary, it is less susceptible to damage by slugs and snails than many other choice alpines.

Entry by Roma Fiddes

Cyananthus integer x sherriffii

Entry by Luc Scheldeman

Edraianthus montenegrinus

Entry by Tim Smith

Physoplexis Comosa
Plant purchased 6 years ago at AGS show

Entry by Kirsten Andersen

Physoplexis comosa

Entry by KRIS DE RAEYMAEKER

Edraianthus serpyllifolius
Grows very good in my tufarocks and spreads by seedlings who growing everywhere on the tufa.

Entry by Jonny Karlsson

Edraianthus wettsteinii

Entry by Fermi de Sousa

Isotoma axillaris

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