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Plants in the Alpine House or Cold Frame: Wisley December 2012.

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Started by: Giles Reed

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Contribution from Giles Reed 18 December 2012, 11:37top / bottom of page

Petrocosmea minor

Petrocosmea rosettifolia

Arisarum vulgare

Hepatica nobilis 'Tensei'

Cyclemen cyprium

Narcissus 'Tafetta'

Massonia narcissiflora

Massonia pustulata

Moraea polystachya

Daubenya marginata

Leptospermum scoparium

Narcissus cantabricus

Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Leprechaun'

Contribution from Giles Reed 18 December 2012, 13:34top / bottom of page

Sorry, Massonia should read M.jasminiflora (not narcissiflora)

Contribution from Tim Ingram 18 December 2012, 14:04top / bottom of page

Giles - just come in for lunch and saw these on the SRGC Forum too. Lovely to see so much colour so near to Christmas. All these South Africans suggest there should be an SA sub-group of the AGS, starting with Paul at Wisley and Jon - or is there one already?

Contribution from Paul Cumbleton 20 December 2012, 15:36top / bottom of page

Tim, though not part of the AGS there is already a group for South African bulb enthusiasts - see http://www.sabg.tk/

Thanks to Giles for posting photos of our plants. One correction - the first Massonia picture is Massonia jasminiflora, not narcissiflora (maybe you had narcissus in mind from the picture above!)

Paul Cumbleton



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