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Skęg Iris/Bearded Iris

 

Androsace pubescens

Androsace belons to the great Primulaceae family. Many Androsace is difficult to cultivate, including A. pubescens. It comes from the European Alps and require a well-drained, stony soil in full sun.

Anemone heldreichii Is endemic on the island of Crete and is regarded by some as a subspecies of Anemone hortensis. In the nature, can the flowering begins in February-April.
Asarum maximum Asarum is a species in the botanical family Aristolochiaceae. Several species coming from Asia, mostly from Japan and China. One species is found in Europe and five in  the North America. A. maximum come from China and it has evergreen, gray marbling leaf. The ruddy flower is shown in the spring.
Cardiocrinum cathyanum This plant is a rare species of Cardiocrinum from China. It has more fragmented flowers than the more familiar C. giganteum. Cardiocrinum flowers only each 5.-6. years, after flowering the bulb will die, but before it sets new small bulbs. It has big, lush, glossy leaves, which may be attacked by snails and small red beetle.
Crinum x powelli alba A white form of Crinum x powelli. A beautiful plant which will have up to 4-8 large trumpet flowers and large decorative leaves. I have planted the bulb on a sunny place and in good garden soil.
Crinum macovani

The genus Crinum  includes  100 tropical or subtropical plants, mostly bulbs. Crinum macovani needs, as the other  members of the genus,  well protected habitat and is more delicate than the well known Crinum x powelli.

Gentiana sino-ornata Flowers in September / October and may continue flowering until frost comes. It requires a light place in moist peat. The colour is normal blue, but can also be white.
Hosta "Pandoras Box" One of the latest small Hosta, only 10 cm. high and moderate growth. In June-august month the small lavender blue flowers. It arose from the clean green H. "Baby Bunting" and can turn back here
Meconopsis betonicifolia

"Tibet's blue poppy" grow best in moist, nutritious woodland. The height is about 60-80 cm

Nomocharis sp.
(Jens Nielsen)
I have made this Nomocharis from seed. The seeds is collected by Jens Nielsen. He has several times been on a expedition to China to collect seeds.

Nomocharis aperta

There are a about seven species of Nomocharis. It is a bulb plant from China, Burma and India. N. aperta flowers in June-July The colour of the flower can be red, pink or pale yellow. They grows in a well drained peat bed in light shadow.

Nomocharis aperta
ACE 2271

I have made this Nomocharis from seed, collected by AGS in China. ACE = Alpine Garden Society China Expedition.

Nomocharis x finlayorum

A group of strong, hardy hybrids between N. pardanthina and N. farrerii. Requires the same growing conditions as the other Nomocharis.

Sternbergia colchiciflora

A little bulb from France, Spain, Hungary, Turkey and Iran, where it grows on dry hillsides. I have planted my bulbs in well-drained woodland. Flowers in the fall. The bulb is frost tender and should be protected.

Sarracenia
"Trompetblad"

A fairly exciting plant for a total of 8 carnivorous species, all from North America. Most, perhaps all are hardy in Denmark. They have their name after the French botanist Michel Sarazin (1659-1734).

Sarracenia

It is a plant for the very moist soil. I have all mine planted in peat, around a basin. In the wild they grow on moist, acidic peat bogs. However, no direct water.

Sarracenia

The distinctive leaves are shaped as a case in which a liquid. The plants attract insects to land on tip of the leaf. The insects is falling or slipping down in the magazine, dissolved in the liquid and it takes up the plant nutrition.

Sarracenia

They at all distinctive plants and will also have a special flower. In June-July, there will be an, up to 50-100 cm. stalk, The flower is yellow or purple

Sarracenia

I have even read that Sarracenia spreads or should have been planted out in the wild in northern Europe. I have also read that we've tried to let this plant, be a part of the Danish nature on small sites.