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saxifraga (saxifraga fortunei)

october 07



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Sid
Sid
 

This is nice.

14 Aug, 2008

 

i do have a baby of this one it has just appeared by a larger plant so i could send one of these

14 Aug, 2008

Sid
Sid
 

I do like this one - but please don't deprive yourself if you don't have many or they are not well grown. :-)

14 Aug, 2008

 

i have 2 big ones and one baby, - that seems to have propergated it's self, it is a beautiful little plant, tell you what, it's altumn flowering let me see if it sets seed, - i think it does, and i will send you some seed, - no need to feel guilty then! lol

15 Aug, 2008

Sid
Sid
 

ok ;-)

16 Aug, 2008

 

no probs, if it does'nt set seed i am sure i can divide on of the bigger ones and send you a root division instead. it is a bit unusual is'nt it, but it does like a bit of shade, this one wont tollerate full sun at all.

17 Aug, 2008

Sid
Sid
 

Oh that's good - I have a newish shady bed under an apple tree that's still a bit bare. I've put some hostas in, but they'll take a while to give any impact I think.

17 Aug, 2008

 

I do hope mine has flowers like this! Can't wait! :-))

30 Aug, 2009



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