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 Gold Centred Alpines - 4.00 each

 

These robust, healthy and versatile plants have no farina on flowers or foliage so can be grown successfully in pots, tubs, rock gardens and even in the open border. They thrive on fresh air and liberal applications of manure! Colours range from scarlet reds to subtle brown/cream hues and often exhibit wonderful shading and tonal contrasts.

 

Alison Jane.
Brown and gold shades. Raised in 1972 by Jim Sherwood.
 
Amicable  
Andrea Julie.
Extremely attractive light red with orange russet edges.

 

Applecross.
Red shades grace a very robust plant.


A sister to Sandwood Bay.

 

  Basuto

Bred by James Douglas in 1935.

An easy plant in shades of crimson to bright pink

 
Bedford Lad
Another lovely, easy plant. Offsets freely
Brendas Choice

A Sirius seedling, admired by the great Brenda Hyatt - hence the name. Deep crimson with a narrow pink edge

 
 
Bright Eyes

Small, vivid flowers in shades of brown

 

 
Brown Bess.
Strongly shaded from red brown to beige.

 

Picture coming soon! Dusky Maiden.
Maroon Brown shaded to pale purple.
A Sirius seedling.
Erica

A Prince John/Winnifred cross. Rich dark crimson, shaded to light crimson 

 
Gay Crusader.
Brightest orange red shading to orange. Perfect.

Sorry - sold out, more growing

Immaculate

 

 
 Indian Love Call.
One of the most prolific red and gold
shaded auriculas. Recommended.

 

Jenny.
Maroon shades.
 
  Kim

A cheerful flower with very deep crimson petals, shading to very light pink

 
Landy.
Various delightful brown shades on a
prize winning plant.
Lee Paul.
Brown and yellow shades. 
Strong constitution.
Paleface

Pale and interesting. Raised by Derek Telford in 1993

 
Piers Telford.
One of my favourites. Orange brown
shades on a prolific plant.
Prince John.
This may be 90 years old but its maroon and crimson colours still impress.
Redcar  
Red Vulcan

A rich red wine with very subtle shading to the edges

 
Sandwood Bay.
Tough, easy and vigorous. Vivid shades of red and orange.
Sirbol.
Delightful brown shades on an undemanding plant.
Sumo

Golden brown to dark brown

 
Ted Roberts.
Never fails to produce stunning crimson blooms
The Sneep

A very relaxed plant, some may say floppy. Small brown to orange flowers

 
  

  

 

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