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Plants in the Alpine House or Cold Frame: Another visit to the Alpine House at Kew in late March

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March is such a busy month in the alpine house I thought it would be worth a second visit this month.

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Contribution from John Humphries 07 April 2007, 21:06top / bottom of page
Below Fritillaria walujewii

A rarer plant, related to thunbergii, from the USSR Afgan Pakistan border area, requires moist warm soil in summer and frost free in winter.

Below Fritillaria walujewii
Finally Fritillaria bithynica
Finally Fritillaria bithynica

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