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Light Centred Alpines - 4.00 each

These are as tough as their Gold centred brothers. Their colours tend towards the purple/pink range with fantastic shading and contrast.

 
Agamemnon  
Alamo

 

 
 
 
Alicia

 

 
 
Anwar Sadat - Blue to mauve shades
 
 
 
Argus
Shades of crimson red. Raised by J.J.Keen in 1890.
 
 
Avril Hunter - Purple to blue shades
 
Beatrice
Navy to light blue shades. Strong enough for the garden and chosen by Pippa Tee for her show garden at RHS Cardiff
 
Blue Heaven

 

 

 
       
 
Cambodunum - Purple
 
Cherry Picker
Clear pink shades. Very floriferous but watch the watering.

 

 
Cobden Meadow  
Connaught Court

Deep pink

 

 

 

C.W. Needham

Purple

 

 
Divint Dunch  
 
  Donhead - Shades of red wine
 

 

 
 
Douglas Bader
Raised by Derek Telford in 1995. Exquisite blue shades on healthy plants.
Ed Spivey - Purple
 
  Ethel

An early and prolific bloomer. Tall stems held well above the plant.

 
 
Eyeopener
 
Habernera - Purple to pink, bred by Derek Telford in 1989

 
 
Ibis - A classic in shades of pink
 
 
Jack Dean - Purple
 
 
Joy
70 years on this velvety crimson flowered still wins prizes on the show bench.
 
 
Joyce
Purple shading to light blue. Raised in 1969 and still vigorous.
 
Kercup - Deep pink to purple
 
Langley Park
A gorgeous Derek Telford introduction with purple shades.
 
Larry - Shades of blue
 
Lee - Not often seen, a delicate light mauve
 
   Lee Clarke - Pink
 
 Lilac Domino  - Lilac to pink
 
Lisa - Wine to pink shades
 
Mandarin
 
 
 Margaret Irene - Pink 
 
Mark - Large pink flowers, another good show variety
 
Martin Fish
 
Moonriver - Deep Purple
 
Mr Greenfingers
 
Mrs. R. Bolton
 
Pierot - Light Mauve
 
Pippin
Raised in 1931 by James Douglas this large flowered red shaded variety divides well.
 
Polestar - Shades of purple
 
 Quintessence - A vision in mauve
 
Rowena
From Jack Stant of Huddersfield this popular purple prize winner is always in great demand.
 
 
 Roxborough
An older pre first world war Douglas variety with violet mauve flowers.
 
Samantha
 
Sandra
Raised in Birmingham by Hal Cohen this is a fantastic plant with purple and mauve shaded blooms.
 
Searchlight
 
 
Skylark - Mauve
 
Sue - Also shades of mauve  
   
Summer Sky 
 
Susan -  Blue shades
 
 
Symphony - Light to deep purple
 
Thetis
Nearly a hundred years have past since its introduction but its still seen on the show bench. Blue and purple.
 
 
Victoria de Wymess
limited stocks of this very popular blue shaded plant.
 
Walton - A lovely blue