Rose-pink outer petals with white inners protruding from the 'hearts'.
The edelweiss; low mats of grey-green leaves and heads of soft, felty bracts.
Felty grey edelweiss flowers on short stems over grey-green leaves.
Half a dozen white flowers tipped with green; vigorous, large-flowered variety.
Spring snowflake. Six-petalled white, hanging flowers with green or yellow tips.
A creeping subshrub with glossy leaves and fragrant white flowers.
Evergreen ericaceous shrub with long, hanging racemes of white flowers.
Hybrid of four species with a succession of flowers over a very long period.
Cultivated strain retaining normal wild colour, pale pink with deep pink stripe.
Evergreen rosettes and many-flowered stems in a range of bright colours.
Peachy, red-veined flowers; the easiest Lewisia outside.
Loose sprays of white flowers above fans of stiff, bronze leaves.
Conical spike of narrow-petalled yellow flowers.
Round basal leaves and daisy flowers, probably yellow.
Slightly nodding, bowl-shaped pink flowers with a purple flush.
Dwarf evergreen with funnel-shaped bright yellow flowers.
Woody perennial with yellow, open, funnel-shaped flowers.
Spikes of deep purple flowers emerge above sharply pointed thin leaves.
Trailing evergreen mat with brilliant blue flowers.
Heads of many small white flowers, like a snowball.
Skunk cabbage. Large, shiny green leaves with bright yellow spathes.