I just received this message from Barbara Ward Grubb:"Strong circumstantial evidence suggests that Lithodora diffusa 'Grace Ward'was named after my mother. I have easily found that plant, but I am searchingfor the variant named 'Baby Barbara.' The same circumstantial evidenceleads me to suspect that it was named after me around 1954. I would love to find pictures, actual plants, or seeds of 'Baby Barbara,'just so I know what it looks like. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Many thanks,Barbara Ward Grubb"
If anyone can supply information or - especially! - a plant or seeds, please contact Barbara directly at:email@example.com
Thanks for your help -Joyce
A couple of current blues from my garden...Scabiosa columbaria and Gentiana cachemerica.
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
1800 mm precipitation per year
My goodness, I forgot to post my Cyananthus lobatus!
How could you ever forget the Cyananthus, Todd!
Rogaland, Norway - with cool, often rainy summers (29C max) and mild, often rainy winters (180 cm/year)!
Seniors moment! ;D
Welcome in the club!
Not sure if this classified as an alpine but y willow gentian, Gentiana asclepiadea is starting to open.
Very nice! That seems to be one that I cannot get established... no reason for it, though.
Here are some from out in the wild blue yonder... very late ones, and probably the last I will see this year:1) Veronica wormskjoldii 2) Delphinium bicolor3) Myosotis alpestris, now Myosotis asiatica
Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Zone 3
-30 C to +30 C (rarely!); elevation ~1130m; annual precipitation ~40 cm
A couple of iris captured in Anne Spiegel's beautiful New York State garden.
Many images of Anne's special garden are to be found on this 'topic' of the SRGC. Please follow this link:-
Cliff Booker A.K.A. Ranunculus
On the moors in Lancashire, U.K.
Usually wet, often windy, sometimes cold ... and that's just me!
Wow, Ann!!! You don't have a garden, you have a park!!! Truly amazing!
Rick Rodich zone 4a. Annual precipitation ~24 inches
near Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA