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1) The dry, rocky detritus found at the base of mountains.2) A mixture of stones and sharp sand, which, when mixed with soil, forms a growing medium for alpines and other plants requiring good drainage.
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The glacial land form, comprising gravely detritus and stratified drift found at the base and edges of a glacier, and usually with a flow of fresh water. Similar to the scree found at the base of mountains and cliffs.
and stone mulches on alpine gardens and scree bedsBuy summer-flowering bulbs to plant in spring, such as gladioli, tigridia, galtonia, eucomis, anemone, lily and acidanthera
bags will do if you weigh them down with your rocks. Meanwhile, decide on your design. Do you want a scree with little outcrops of rocks. or what looks like the side of a mountain or something in between? Then mix yourself a great heap of well
Hi, I'm new to the forum so don't know if this question has been asked before. I am growing from seed and in deep tubs canary creepers which are creeping wonderfully up my bamboo screeing. I had coupled them with heavenly blue morning glories as I
definately recomend those two. Always wanted a clematis nelly moser i have seen a few about and they have large flowers and a good pattern although not grown one yet. If your wanting total coverage and screeing get a clematis montana they get really big i
on the hazelnut trees. In my slate scree, Arum italicum. ...happymarion, my large compliment to you and on your Garden. The arum i.look wonderful and I hope you have a great Sunday. Best regards and many luck to you. ThaiGer. Thank you, ThaiGer. Compliments
of herbal medecine. Next Wednesday one of the clubs I give powerpoint lectures on gardening to in the winter is visiting my garden. It is divided into many rooms like the scree for my alpines, a bamboo grove forshade, a fernery with foxgloves about