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Plants in the Alpine House or Cold Frame: Visit to Wisley Alpine House September 2006

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A few Cyclamen images to remind people to visit at this time of year

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RHS Wisley Alpine House September 2006

I was fortunate enough to have time last week-end to visit Wisley, where I was reminded in no uncertain terms, of the impact Trevor Wiltshire had there, both in naturalising about 20,000 C. coum and c.hederifolium, and in building a superb collection for display in the Alpine House.

RHS Wisley Alpine House September 2006
Inside the Alpine House
A View of Each Side for the overall Impression
A View of Each Side for the overall Impression

Would have like to justify this to the other side to get the correct effect, you'll just have to imagine it!

Then a few of the plants

Cyclamen mirabile

Then a few of the plants

Cyclamen graecum ssp candicum

Other C. graecums

Finally C. intaminatum

I hope that whets your appetite and encourages you to visit.

Remember that the Fritillaria society AGM is on the 15th October, what better excuse do you need for a visit!



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