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Rocky gardens from the mountain of Raduha

Started by zvone, January 07, 2012, 04:52:20 PM

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zvone

Hi!

For Intermezzo: I am sending My pictures of Rocky gardens from the mountain of Raduha (June).




It was unforgettable.

PICTURES:https://picasaweb.google.com/111021317308786555031/Raduha

Best regards!     Zvone

edzard

Zvone,.. thank you for sharing your links
fantastic photos and I would think fantastic experiences..
I can see where you got your inspiration for your garden.

Those flowers are Rhododendron, and the purple flower is a Penstemon or a Mimulus?

what kind of pine are in the hiking photos from Slovenia?
    thanks          edzard

zvone

Quote from: edzard on January 11, 2012, 12:28:28 AM
Zvone,.. thank you for sharing your links
fantastic photos and I would think fantastic experiences..
I can see where you got your inspiration for your garden.

Those flowers are Rhododendron, and the purple flower is a Penstemon or a Mimulus?

what kind of pine are in the hiking photos from Slovenia?
    thanks          edzard


Thanks  Edzard!

Thank you for friendliness!

The purple  plant its - Acinos alpinus!

A spruce and a larch are prevailing in mountains of Slovenia, on highest positions knee pine.

Best regards!   zvone

My Japanese garden: http://zvonem.blogspot.si/
My mountains pictures: http://zvone.blogspot.si/



edzard

Zvone, thanks for the Latin name of the plant Acinos alpinus,

would you also know the Latin name for the 'knee pine'?
is it one of the Pinus mugho group?
  thanks        edzard

zvone

Quote from: edzard on January 11, 2012, 09:04:40 AM
Zvone, thanks for the Latin name of the plant Acinos alpinus,

would you also know the Latin name for the 'knee pine'?
is it one of the Pinus mugho group?
  thanks        edzard

Hi Edzard!

Yes, it is one of the Pinus mugho group!

Wonderful bush is for rocky gardens.

Best regards!   Zvone

My Japanese garden: http://zvonem.blogspot.si/
My mountains pictures: http://zvone.blogspot.si/