Posted by Christian Fri, September 16, 2011 23:42:04
Posted by Christian Sat, July 09, 2011 22:55:47
Not all that much flowering at the moment. This Crassula is from South Africa and is fully hardy in South Sweden.
I am changing location and moving to a new house this month so sadly a lot of very nice plants will be left behind and I will have to start over from scratch again with my rock garden, apart from the about 2500 pots I am taking with me then of course :-). I'll try and post some nice pictures anyhow if time allows.
Posted by Christian Mon, June 27, 2011 00:10:56
This Helichrysum has 'everlasting' flowers that sits just on top of the foilage. This plant, growing in plain sand has survived a very cold Swedish winter and wet spring.
Posted by Christian Sun, June 19, 2011 00:38:15
This thistle like member from the asteraceae family originates from Turkey but does really well in sweden if grown in plain sand.
Posted by Christian Fri, June 10, 2011 22:22:55
Phyteuma scheuchzeri, a bit too tall for my garden at about 30 cm but as with all Phyteuma - exceptionally beautiful and strange flowers.
Posted by Christian Tue, June 07, 2011 22:51:07
Sempervivum limelight, gives good reason for its name at this time of the year.
Posted by Christian Sun, June 05, 2011 22:47:45
Some really nice pink flowers bloomed out today.
From top left, seedgrown and hardy Echinocereus reichenbachii v albispinus, Talinum brevifolium, Delosperma ashtonii (also hardy, caudex like root), Scorzonera suberosa & potentilla nitida alba.
Posted by Christian Sun, June 05, 2011 00:12:26
Thought I'd invite all the people that visit my site to discuss rock garden flowers and plants so I started this blog today. It will also allow me to publish pictures of what is happening in my garden at the moment.
First out is this fantastic Edraianthus pumilo, on of the the real classic rock garden plants. They truly are a fantastic sight when in bloom.