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Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2015

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

Entries: 8
Entry by Raymond Hurd

Rock garden, scree and Thyme lawn
A step side rock garden flowing into a gravel scree with a Thyme lawn in the background which is now having specimen alpine plants added to create a bespoke(!) alpine lawn.

Entry by BARRY EVANS

The rock garden in its first spring after construction and planting in Aug/Sept 2014

Entry by Kirsten Andersen

Tufa bed
Tufa bed in June with different Edraianthus, Jankaea. Campanula Dactylorhiza and Viola flowering.

Entry by Peter Hood

View of part of Scree bed
Part of steeply sloping scree bed in June; plants include Alyssum spinosum, Androsace strigillosa, Armeria, Aubretia, Dryas, mixed Sedums, Erodium petraeum, Phlox caespitosa Zigeunerblut and much more

Entry by Jonny Karlsson

Alpine bed
Cultivation of alpine plants in different types of facility.

Entry by Roderick Woods

Sand, shingle and Norfolk flint bed

Entry by Hilary Birks

Rockery
In foreground, Trollius europaeus Alabaster and Potentilla cuneata in front of Rhododendron Melina and Mertensia cf lanceolata. In middle, Phlox subulata, Dryas x sudermannii, Rh. camtschaticum, and Saxifraga aizoon. Near the back, Rhododendron campylogynum, Camassia quamash, Paradisea liliastrum, Horminium pyrenaicum, and Armeria maritima.

Entry by Luc Gilgemyn

Tufa mound - end of May
Looks at it's best in April and May, here flowering Veronica oltensis, Viola delphinanta x cazorlenzis, and many others

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