I there some-one who can provide a link to a (really good) Saxifraga-site?
Thanks in advance
My thought for your question is like someone asking if there is a Jade forum.
I dont think any forum (here or any other internet plant forum) has a spesific family member only discussion topic for you. Rock gardening forums or Zeric might be a good place to ask as well.
Don't know about that Nomen -- Hoya forum is strictly for Hoyas, no other plants, same w/ Sansevieria forum, strictly Sans.
I don't know, but think you might do better asking this at Houseplant Forum as I think Saxifraga would be more in the Houseplants than Cactus & Succulent area.
...site, not a forum on GW...at least that how I understood the posting...Rina
Thanks for your answers.
Maybe my English is too poor; sorry for that.
I like to find a site (not a forum), where I can learn (and maybe see pictures) about Saxifraga's. I have several in my garden but have no names etc. But the suggestion of looking in a rockgardensite is helping?
Thanks and greets
This is a link to The Saxifrage Society. Not sure if this will help you out, but it does have a plant database as well as some pictures. It's a work in progress, so it may not have what you are looking for - yet. (Your English is just fine.)
Here is a link that might be useful: The Saxifrage Society
HÃÂ© Crenda, that's a hit on the nail!!
Just what I was looking for.
Thanks a lot; I want to specialize a bit in these little beauties. They combine very well with Semps in the garden.
Not sure if they are good or not, but maybe these will help:
(not all specializing in Saxifrage, but having them for sale-can compare some for ID)
This first one closer to you, Harry?
And here I was thinking Harry needed help with where to plant a Saxifraga. I have one and it's nestled next to a nice flattish chunk of rock. I need to get more of these, as they're quite suited to our environment.
Thanks Rosemarie for the links; I shall check them out.
Hi master Jeff, I posted this question because I found one in the garden almost flowering at this moment. There is still no winter here, but we almost drown because of continous rainfall the last two months. Its a Saxifraga kabschia - the tag says. I have several Saxifraga's, but know nothing about these plants and I got curious if there was more to find and to learn . There are really are beauties amongst them. See the pictures.
greetings from Harry
one more; I believe it is a S cotyledonis
with a beautiful flower