Alpine Garden Society

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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2013

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

Entries: 6

My new crevice
part of a crevice build with rocks from the "Ardennen " (southern part of Belgium) This rocks are calcareous .

Entry by Kirsten Andersen

Tufa bed, June 2013.
Flowering, among others: Edraianthus serpyllifolius, E. pumilio, Jankaea heldreichii and Viola cazorlensis. Cushion plants, among others: Gypsophila aretioides v. caucasica, Draba bryoides and Arenaria alfacarensis.

Entry by Elizabeth Maddock

Eryngium bourgatii, Clematis recta and assorted Sedums

Entry by Hilary Birks

Obvious plants are Primula auricula, Ranunculus auricomus, Rhododendron curlew

Entry by Ken Curtis

Rockery around the spring house.
A sunny spot with numerous Daphne, various Phlox, Penstemons, Helianthemum, Dianthus, Alyssum, and many other sun loving cushions. Planted in moister ground are Gentians, Primula, and Dactylorhiza.

Entry by Chris & Jim McGregor

Raised Bed/Rockery
A rockery created on the spoil heap created by digging out a large wildlife pond - mostly solid clay with a thin layer of gritty compost on top. Still lots of colour in early July from late Saxifraga, Campanula, Dianthus, Viola, Ibers, Tradescantia, etc.

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