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Saxifraga

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Saxifraga x Apiculata ‘Gregor Mendel’

Primrose yellow flowers, in late winter-early spring.

10 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga x Arco-Valleyi ‘Labe’

Creamy-white flowers, tinged pink in late winter, early spring.

5 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga x Arco-Valleyi ‘Sara Sinclair’

Rosy-pink flowers, in late winter, early spring.

10 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga x Borisii ‘Marianna’

Another slow growing Saxifrage that adds valuable, late winter interest to the rockery. Primrose-yellow flowers, in late winter-early spring.

5 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga x Boydii ‘Sulphurea’

Largish sulphur yellow flowers in early spring.

5 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga x burnatii ‘Esther’

Encrusted saxifrage, more spreading than most of the others we grow. Creamy white flowers on a stem; in early spring.

20 cm likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga x Irvingii ‘Mother Of Pearl’

An encrusted saxifrage which flowers in late winter. Slow growing.

5 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga Oppositifolia ‘Theoden’

Forms a low mound of small dark green leaves, producing large rose-purple flowers in early spring. Prefers a moist, cool position in gritty soil.

5 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga ‘Ruth Mcconnell’

Green mossy foliage with scarlet flowers from March to May.

10 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun

Saxifraga

The Mead Nursery - Saxifraga Southside Seedling

Saxifraga Southside Seedling Group

A mat forming plant with very showy, arching panicles of white flowers heavily spotted red, in late spring and early summer. Prefers well-drained soil.

25 cm likes-sun

Saxifraga

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Saxifraga ‘Whitehill’

Attractive encrusted rosettes tinged with red on outer edge. White flowers in summer.

15 cm likes-sun|likes-troughs

Saxifraga

The Mead Nursery - Saxifraga White Star

Saxifraga ‘White Star’

Green mossy foliage with white flowers from March to May.

10 cm likes-semi-shade|likes-sun

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