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Androsace globifera

Makes a tight dome of foliage, bearing short stems with small pale pink flowers. An excellent good compact plant for trough, raised bed or scree garden, hardy.

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£3.00 each


Androsace microphylla

Rosettes of leathery leaves that spread by stolons many 5cm stems of pretty pink flowers in May, sunny scree or trough. Similar but more compact than Androsace sempervivoides

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Androsace microphylla

£3.00 each


Androsace mucronifolia

This rare Himalayan species makes a loose mound of short stems. Umbels of dark pink flowers with a distinct yellow or red eye, best when planted in a cool well drained soil in a little shade, trough, wall or scree. Hardy.

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£3.00 each


Androsace mucronifolia x sempervivoides

Loose spreading rosettes of strap-shaped leaves and pink flowers, darker centre eye, on short stems to 10cm. Trough or raised bed.

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£3.00 each


Androsace muscoidea Breviscarpa

Makes a very tight mound with silver-grey hairy leaves and relatively large white flowers on very short stems. Trough or raised bed. Hardy.

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Androsace muscoidea Breviscarpa

£3.00 each


Androsace robusta purpurea 'Dolpo Dwarf'

Very hairy grey-green leaves form into tight buns, short stems of purple flowers with a prominent yellow eye turns red with age, lovely alpine for trough or raised bed.

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£3.00 each


Androsace sarmentosa 'Namche Form'

This is the true species of sarmentosa, short stems topped with umbels of dark pink flowers over a long period. As the colour of each flower changes with time the umbel appears attractively multi-coloured. Original material collected at Namche Bazar, Nepal

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Androsace sarmentosa 'Namche Form'

£3.00 each


Androsace sempervivoides

A fine Himalayan species which has rosettes of leathery leaves and spreads by stolens. Develops tight mats from which arise numerous 5cm stems of pink flowers in umbels, April to May. Sunny scree or trough. An easy, long lived compact plant. Hardy.

UK - dispatched all year round.

Androsace sempervivoides

£3.00 each


Androsace sempervivoides Susan Joan

Mid-green rosettes with tight heads of large lilac pink flowers with a red centres which change with age to yellow. A very attractive plant for raised bed or rockery.

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Androsace sempervivoides Susan Joan

£3.00 each


Androsace studiosorum

Mounds of large rosettes which drop own roots, umbels of pink flowers in May, distinct form for rockery or scree.

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Androsace studiosorum

£3.00 each


Androsace studiosorum Chumbyi

An easy, old selection with darker pink flowers with a yellow eye turning to red with age.

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Androsace studiosorum Chumbyi

£3.00 each


Androsace studiosorum Doksa

An exceptionally good plant with large grey-green hairy rosettes, producing umbels of large pale pink flowers in April. Hardy in the garden, provided not too wet in the winter. This form was introduced by Henry & Margaret Taylor from N.W. India.

UK - dispatched all year round.

Androsace studiosorum Doksa

£3.00 each


Androsace villosa jacquemontii Lilac Form

Rosettes of blue-green velvety leaves and dwarf umbels of pretty lilac flowers with darker eye. Trough, scree or raised bed. Hardy.

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£3.00 each


Androsace villosa jacquemontii Pink Form

Blue-green velvety leaves form many small tight rosettes, dwarf umbels of pretty lilac flowers with a darker eye. Superb compact plant for a trough, scree or raised bed, hardy.

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£3.00 each


Androsace x marpensis

Forms a very tight cushion with silvery grey, slightly hairy leaves. Lilac to violet-purple flowers on very short stems in March to April. A very rewarding plant that is suitable for growing in an alpine house, cold frame in pot, raised bed

UK - dispatched all year round.

Androsace x marpensis

£3.00 each


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