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Saxifraga 'Winifred Bevington' Saxifraga 'Winifred Bevington'

This recent introduction is likely a hybrid of S. umbrosa 'Primuloides' and S. paniculata and is an exceptionally neat plant in appearance with tidy rosettes of leaves edged in a pale dentition.  Lightest pink flowers set off by darker pink eyes and pink stamens held on short pink stems.  Great rock garden plant for north or east exposure with a bit of lime.

Price: $12.00
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Saxifraga callosa 'Lantoscana Superba' Saxifraga callosa 'Lantoscana Superba'

This is a very good silver encrusted Saxifrage from the Maritime Alps with full 12" panicles of white flowers and was granted an Award of Garden Merit.  Rock gardens and troughs, this would beautifully fill a 3-4 inch crevice between rocks.

Price: $12.00
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Saxifraga cochlearis 'Major' Saxifraga cochlearis 'Major'

Saxifraga cochlearis is native to the southeastern Alps and this form 'Major' is speculated to be a hybrid with S. callosa which would account for its extra vigor.  Not a bad thing at all!  This makes clustered rosettes of foliage encrusted in silvery deposits and has white flowers in spring.  Good in a trough or rock garden.

Price: $10.00
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Saxifraga epiphylla 'Jinfo Gem' MD10-175 Saxifraga epiphylla 'Jinfo Gem' MD10-175

Our collection of this distinct form from the summit of Jinfoshan where it grew in the moss on the shaded vertical face of a hard limestone rock face.  Small dark green round leaves colored in deep maroon on the reverse and flower stems covered in long red hairs upon first emergence, elongate to bear a small cloud of white flowers.

Price: $18.00
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Saxifraga epiphylla DJHC0581 Saxifraga epiphylla DJHC0581

A very good form of the species collected by Dan Hinkley in China.  All parts - leaves, scape or flower stem, flowers - larger than typically found in the species.  Fresh grass green leaves are marked in silver and the flower stems bears a snowstorm of simple white flowers This will thrive in the moist shade garden but prefers light to bright shade.

Price: $15.00
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Saxifraga fortunei 'Maihime' Saxifraga fortunei 'Mai-hime'

Good selection from Japan, this fall flowering shade perennial has soft pink flowers with wider petals than typical.  'Mai-hime' or often 'Maihime', translates to "Dancing Girl'' which seems perfectly appropriate and probably for more nuanced reasons than our Western minds can grasp.  These are nice plants from our own divisions and has been a performer.

Price: $20.00
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Saxifraga fortunei var. obtusocuneata Saxifraga fortunei var. obtusocuneata

Saxifraga fortunei is very diverse with a wide range of leaf shapes, size and flower color.  Makino, who was a preeminent Japanese botanist, assigned various varietal names to these different leaf types which isn’t widely accepted now.  We like it it though.  Small compact form with shallow rounded lobes and white flowers.

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Saxifraga mertensiana Saxifraga mertensiana

Mertens' Saxifrage.  From California up to Alaska, this little Western native favors moist areas in the subalpine and alpine areas. Rounded and toothed leaves with flower stems from 6"-15" that have short branches bearing small starry white flowers.  Sometimes these flowers can be replaced by aerial stem bulbils which makes propagating a snap as witnessed by these from botanist Alex Wright's collection.

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Saxifraga nipponica Saxifraga nipponica

We are crackers over this group of Saxifrage and this species pleases us no end.  Rosettes of rounded leaves with a an entrancing (we would be such ideal subjects for hypnosis) purplish coloration where the leaf blade joins the petiole and that dark color lines out through the leaf in the veins.  Small white snowflake flowers typical of the Irregulares section are a perfect combo.

Price: $16.00
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Saxifraga nipponica 'Pink Pagoda' Saxifraga nipponica 'Pink Pagoda'

A small cloud of pink flowers on this otherwise white flowered species. One of the easiest species in the section Irregulares to which the more familiar Saxifraga fortunei belongs.  This has the redeeming quality of being able to handle a bit more dry and sun than some of the others but why make it work if you don’t have to?

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Saxifraga paniculata 'Punctata'  (syn. 'Freckles') Saxifraga paniculata 'Punctata' (syn. 'Freckles')

We assume ithis is a synonym of 'Punctata'  which we received as 'Freckles' as both refer to the heavy sprinkling of red dot on the petals of the white flowers. Excellent trough or rock garden plant and wouldn't mind a little shade during the hottest blaze of the day although we grow ours in full sun but never let them dry out.

Price: $12.00
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Saxifraga paniculata - Kolenatiana form Saxifraga paniculata - Kolenatiana form

This used to be var. kolenatiana from the Caucasus but this widely distributed circumarboreal species has had the species equivalent of a taxonomic black hole occur with numerous varieties, subspecies and genera all ascribed to this one species being sucked into the vast maw of botany never to be seen again.

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Saxifraga rufescens CGG14023 Saxifraga rufescens CGG14023

A rarity in cultivation, this petite member of the Irregulares section of Saxifraga comes from our collection on the highest peak in the southern Wumengshan in Guizhou.  This was found in a deep cleft in a low limestone face shaded by scrub and is now lost due to habitat destruction.  Nice airy white flowers midsummer.

Price: $20.00
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Saxifraga stolonifera 'Hsitou Silver' Saxifraga stolonifera 'Hsitou Silver'

A superb collection of this Strawberry Saxifrage by the Wynn-Jones of Crug Farm who found this in the Hsitou area of Taiwan. Fantastic green leaves variegated in silver-white and while it could be our imagination taking wing after being bowled over by the foliage, the white flowers seem larger than usual on their 18"-24" stems.  Moist, shade, zone 6-9.

Price: $12.00
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Saxifraga stolonifera 'Kinki Purple' BSWJ 4972 Saxifraga stolonifera 'Kinki Purple' BSWJ 4972

A collection from Japan by the Wynn-Jones from the higher elevations in the mountains of the Kinki Peninsula in central Honshu.  This is very similar to the clone 'Maroon Beauty' which is no diminishment.  Good purplish leaves with paler highlights and impressive flowers for a Sax with tall stems bearing flocks of white blooms.  Moist and shade.

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Saxifraga stolonifera MD15-32 Saxifraga stolonifera MD15-32

From Hubei comes this smaller form of Saxifraga stolonifera which before taxonomic lumping might have been called S. veitchiana.  Found growing in moss on a shaded cliff face in Abies fargesii forest.  This will spread by strawberry-like stolons and makes a sweet little evergreen groundcover with small airy white flowers.

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Saxifraga x macnabiana Saxifraga x macnabiana

Nice rosettes of white-edged leaves on this slightly lime encrusted Saxifrage.  A hybrid of S. callosa and S. cotyledon. this will have 12" stems of numerous white flowers flecked in teeny red dots.  Full sun in cool sun areas and in hot areas, a little afternoon shade would not go remiss.  This could be as simple as planting on the back side of a rock in the rock garden.

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Saxifraga x urbium 'Miss Chambers' Saxifraga x urbium 'Miss Chambers'

This is a vastly superior form from Elizabeth Strangman which we received from John Flintoff.  It is regarded as the best pink flowered selection and and puts on a grand show once it becomes a nice patch.  Evergreen and easy in light shade and reasonably moist.

Price: $11.00
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