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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2015

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 Raymond Hurd

Primulas in a small bog for colour and foliage
The bog has been enhanced significantly by the development of a collection of primulas. Many are Asiatic but not all. Season and colour is quite long and varied.

Entry by BARRY EVANS

A 'warm' grouping
planted autumn 2014

Entry by Kirsten Andersen

Alpine plants
Red/pink and yellow. Two different forms of Daphne cneorum pygmae grown from cuttings collected in Andorra, Daphne x susannae 'Ceske Rybna', Cytisus ardoinii, Acer palmatum 'Rubrum' (dwarf form) and Chamaecytisus polytricus

Judge's comment: Voted the 'best entry of a group of more than one variety of plants in a garden setting or in a container such as a trough'
Entry by Eberhard Proessdorf

Ramonda nathaliae
Blue and white in tufa

Entry by Jonny Karlsson

Grouping of alpine
A part of grouping alpine in our garden.

Entry by Hilary Birks

Garden blues
A range of blue Aquilegias, Polemonium caeruleum, and Meconopsis 'Lingholm', with a touch of pink provided by an Azalea and Melandrium rubrum.

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