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Plants in the Alpine House or Cold Frame: Rosemoor Feb. 2007

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Started by: Ben Probert

'Tis cold outside (and trying to snow!) so I thought I'd put my feet up by the fire and bring you some pictures from Rosemoor

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So here we go....

Not much different from the last time I visited the alpine house (only a few weeks ago), but what there is I bring to you!

Right next to a door is this delightful Crocus 'Firefly'.

Can you overdose on Cyclamen coum? I sincerely doubt it!

Iris 'Katharine Hodgkin' is one of those flowers where the more you look the more detail you see.

I've come to really admire Galanthus this year. They always seem so perfect, even after bad weather. Every garden should have them!

Ozothamnus selaginoides- a very unusual little shrub for a sunny alpine house.

The slightly sunnier side of the alpine house- looking good as ever!

Even the shadier side looks stunning. Leaning up next to the door looks like a chemical/misting lance; I can't say for certain as I didn't even notice it there! Too many beautiful plants to look at!



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