Saxifraga - silver varieties

This excellent group of rock garden plants is known as the section Ligulatae, or more commonly as the silver or encrusted saxifrages, in recognition of the deposits of lime that line the leaves. They all have rosettes, large or small depending on the variety, and have relatively large panicles of flowers, usually white. They come from rocky places in the mountains, some on limestone and some on acid rocks.
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Saxifraga cochlearis 'Major'

Compact silvery cushion and sprays of white flowers on reddish brown stems.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Doctor Clay'

Intensely silver-grey rosettes with white starry flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Doctor Clay'

Intensely silver-grey rosettes with white starry flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Kath's Delight'

Rosette of lime-encrusted leaves and arching stems with white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Kath's Delight'

Rosette of lime-encrusted leaves and arching stems with white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga paniculata subsp. cartilaginea

A silver saxifrage with pure white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Pyramidalis'

Long, arching sprays of many white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Pyramidalis'

Long, arching sprays of many white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Rachel'

New silver saxifrage; narrow leaves and long, bronze stems with white flowers.
£6.00

Saxifraga 'Rainsley Seedling'

Rosette of spoon-shaped lime-encrusted leaves, plume of white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Saint John's'

Tight silvery-grey cushion and short sprays of white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Sue Tubbs'

Lime-encrusted leaves and a great plume of white flowers with red spots.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Vreny'

Tight cushions of grey-green rosettes with tall heads of white flowers.
£4.00

Saxifraga 'Vreny'

Tight cushions of grey-green rosettes with tall heads of white flowers.
£4.00