[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]Nectaroscordum tripedale, assorted evergreen perennials, Calceolarias, Bellis "Strawberries & Cream".
[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]Second pic is Common Butterwort, which eats insects up on the mountains, third pic is Sedum...
A flotilla of Phlox. :)[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
Ah, yes, Armeria "Bevan's Variety". I thought the pale pink flower was it but the foliage looks different. It's flowering profusely here at the...
Yep. Lewisia cotyledons come under the heading of alpines even though they're not from the Alps but from the Rocky Mountains. :)I don't know...
I've 3 or 4 more and they're in pots too. One has just disintegrated so maybe I'll take them indoors to join my collection of rocks.Lewisia...
Very well done. Impressed.
Hi @Sirius . It's a fossil Ammonite formed from Mudstone found by my sister on the Jurassic Coast in Lyme Regis. The Ammonites disappeared at the...
I have mine in a plastic tray, almost flush but not quite, with the water, @RedwingI use the tray because, if it had a chance, it'd go romping...
Butterbur, which always flowers before it forms leaves.[ATTACH]
Volunteers always grow best! :) even if they've no soil. :) Aubretia and Fescue growing in a crack in the paving slabs.[ATTACH]
[ATTACH]Planted last autumn and has survived the winter..
I think this is Foster's Gold starting.[ATTACH]
You are welcome to come and visit @Verdun (and anyone else too!). You could give me tips because I only wing it.
My only normal size rose bush still blooming at the end of December with this very mild weather.
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