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Cortusa Pekenensis


Cortusa Pekenensis (Cortusa matthioli (Zarzyczka))

A small clump forming perennial. Needs shade and damp soil.



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This is lovely Karen...:>)

5 Jun, 2013

 

Growing these for the first time this year Karen. 2 whites and a pink instead of 3 pink appeared.

5 Jun, 2013

 

Thanks Moti! Scottish...we will compare notes! It seemed like a good plant for Scotland...needs damp shade! Lol

5 Jun, 2013

 

Yes, Damp shade - I like when I see that, I know they will survive!!

5 Jun, 2013

 

No good here, unfortunately....

5 Jun, 2013

 

I've got this - it has some buds on it! :-)))

What a great photo, K.

9 Jun, 2013

 

Thanks B...it is very tiny!

9 Jun, 2013

 

I know, that's why I was so impressed with your photo - did you lie on your tummy, by any chance?

10 Jun, 2013

 

Lol...no, I just put the camera on the lawn and bent down to press the button! I haven't done any tummy shots yet this year, but that moment is bound to come....oh, as a sit here, a baby pied wagtail is being fed not 2m away from me outside the conservatory! So cute!

10 Jun, 2013

 

What a good idea - I usually end up prostrate to take some photos! lol.

11 Jun, 2013



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