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Alchemilla erythropoda

Alchemilla erythropoda

A bit reminiscent of A. alpina of the 300 or so species this gem from the Carpathians ranks as one of the best. The foliage is very neat and the display of yellow flowers is among the best.____ZONE 4
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Alchemilla mollis thriller

Alchemilla mollis thriller

Actually less of a Lady's Mantle than a Small Children's Mantle, luring them with theme parks and Jesus juice This pale version is all in all just about the creepiest thing I can think of (Oh and did I mention that the music sucks and the nose is in danger of falling off.)____ZONE 5
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Aloinopsis schoonessii

Aloinopsis schoonessii

One of the stone plants, the mimicry is not as good as with lithops but they are still cool looking more like some dead fleshy reptilian toe than a rock.
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Alyssum markgrafii

Alyssum markgrafii

From cultivated material ex Albania, this is an upright species with fine gray leaves and yellow flowers producing an extended show.____ZONE 4
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Alyssum ovirense

Alyssum ovirense

A mat former from the southeastern Alps and western Yugoslavia, yellow flowers on 12cm stems..____ZONE 4
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Androsace lanuginosa

Androsace lanuginosa

Silvery rosettes of leaves radiate outwards at the tips of stolons, lovely pink flowers in small heads are freely produced. This is one of the best of the growable Androsace species, a Himalayan Primula it dislikes being too sunbaked, at home in a trough or in the open garden and beautiful trailing over the edge of a rock; this is a particularly fine clone we selected from some Alplains seedlings..____ZONE 5
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Antennaria carpatica

Antennaria carpatica

A woody based tufted European species not restricted to the Carpathians; it's previously been known as A. helvetica or A. lanata and is one of the best European species..____ZONE 4
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Antennaria doica rubra

Antennaria doica rubra

Pink pussy toes! How terribly adorable. A low creeper for hot, dry locations topped with clusters of tiny spherical rosy pink flowers in late spring. Hardy to zone 1 by some accounts. In other words, cold won't kill it, provided it has good drainage and doesn't rot.______Zone 1
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Antennaria neglecta gaspensis

Antennaria neglecta gaspensis

The real thing from the Gaspé Peninsula, its a prostrate dwarf - I'll leave the rest to your imagination..____ZONE 4
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Anthemis montana

Anthemis montana

A cute little daisy with yellow discs surrounded with creamy light yellow ray flowers, it is a long blooming perennial sometimes grown for its essential oils but strangely rather uncommon in gardens..____ZONE 5
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