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Author Topic: Log 27 : 4 July 2012  (Read 1012 times)

tonyg

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Log 27 : 4 July 2012
« on: July 07, 2012, 09:50:08 AM »
Great to see development of the troughs over time.  I have had similar experiences with plants of mismatched vigour!  I find it difficult to site Kabschia saxifrages as they scorch very easily here but without enough sun they don't flower well.  I wonder if the Saxifraga cochlearis  minor in your trough is actually Saxifraga paniculata minor, I do not find the Sax cochlearis over-vigorous, the plant pictured below is perhaps 10 years old.   Nice to see the globularia in the last shot, reminds me of Globularia cordifolia which I photographed in the Alps on the day the Log went live! 

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Re: Log 27 : 4 July 2012
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2012, 11:02:28 AM »
Great to see the Globularia in its homeland Tony thanks for sharing it here.
It looks much better on the sunny mountain side than it does in wet Aberdeen. >:(

As to the Sax I could not argue as I am just a lover of them and not an expert.


I have both plants and remember pulling bits off to plant the trough pictured and could easily have remembered wrongly which it was when writing last week's log. :P

 I have just been out in the rain to check the leaf shape of the plants and well spotted Tony you are correct.



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