Sax fortunei

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3 weeks 6 days ago #7 by Mark Childerhouse
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As we reach the second half of October the autumn Saxifrages are coming into their own. S 'Rubrifolia' has been looking good for a couple of weeks now but here are three of my favorite mid season cultivars:

S.'Beni Kerin'

S.'Shironami'

S.'Gokka'
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1 week 6 days ago - 1 week 6 days ago #9 by Razvan
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These are a few of the fortunei I've seen flowering outdoors a week ago in the garden of Glenn Shapiro in Silverdale, Cumbria


'Sibyll Trelawney'


'Shiranami'


'Eigg'
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1 week 6 days ago - 3 days 2 hours ago #11 by Mark Childerhouse
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The larger forms are much better in the open garden. Unfortunately for me they don't like chalk or a south facing aspect but I have one little corner shaded by buildings that I have made up into a lime free bed for them. I get plenty of seedlings but nothing yet distinct enough to name.
Here are a few more confined to a life in pots:

S.'Tosorin'

S.'Moe

S.'Gokka'

S.'Hyoseki'

S.'Beni Guruma'

S.'Shironami'

S.'Pink Haze'

S.'Beni Tsukasa
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