In the Davies Alpine House at Kew, Sternbergia candida
One of several generously plants pots of Scilla madeirensis
This one I have photographed before, at Wisley I think, Narcissus romieuxii subsp romieuxii
As the labels says – Crocus imperati ssp suaveolens ‘Jager’
Crocus ‘Jager’, again
Not a poppy, Ranunculus asiaticus
Just a few more Alpine darlings from Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew (I photographed the miniature Iris and added these to an earlier post).
In not too many more weeks, the show will be substantially more abundant and beautiful – alpine plants put on the most exuberantly colourful show as Spring approaches, so I will be back both to the cutting-edge architecture of the Davies Alpine House at Kew, and the more traditional glasshouse at RHS Wisley, with my camera of course.