Some of these are probably more subalpines, but what the heck ;D
Tried to post once, unsuccessfully, hopefully wont end up with a double..
Rick asked about the plant behind a Sempervivum in another thread,
1,2 Polemonium boreale these are from seed spring 2012, so yet to overwinter; I have them planted in a couple of spots to see what they like..
3-5 Potentilla nitida with frost; I have a number of seedlings, some have been in ground since last fall, others only planted out this year; there is interesting variation in leaf colour, density etc..
6 A couple of Townsendia parryi trying to flower, can't see these ones will make it, though there is another in a different bed by the house that is open..
7 Next to the Townsendia is an Erigeron, collected in the mts west of here, which I've been calling compositus, but wonder if that's right? of course this is no pic for id... frosty morning..