Small perennials

Acaena argentea

(Rosaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1050 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: poor sandy soil and sunny place. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Acaena argentea

Acaena caespitosa

(Rosaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2340 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: poor sandy soil and sunny place. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Acaena caespitosa

Acaena macrocephala

(Rosaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1980 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: poor sandy soil and sunny, dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/25 seeds

Acaena macrocephala

Acaena ovalifolia

(Rosaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1460 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: poor sandy soil and sunny place. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Acaena ovalifolia

Acaena poeppigiana

(Rosaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 960 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: poor sandy soil and sunny, dry place. Good drainage. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Acaena poeppigiana

Acaena splendens

(Rosaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1580 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: poor gritty soil and dry, sunny place. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Acaena splendens

Achillea ageratifolia

(Asteraceae)

Babuna 1120 m., Macedonia ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: dry sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Achillea ageratifolia

Achillea clavenae

(Asteraceae)

Ennstaler Alpen 1850 m., Austria ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Achillea clavenae

Achillea clusiana

(Asteraceae)

Lovčen 1450 m., Montenegro ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 6 Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Achillea clusiana

Achillea erba-rotta subsp. moschata

(Asteraceae)

Bernina 2440 m., Switzerland ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Achillea erba-rotta subsp. moschata

Achillea nana

(Asteraceae)

Bernina 2520 m., Switzerland ↕ 5-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Achillea nana

Achillea oxyloba

(Asteraceae)

Dolomiti 1870 m., Italy ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Achillea oxyloba

Acinos alpinus

(Lamiaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1550 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: poor gritty soil and sunny place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Acinos alpinus

Acinos graveolens

(Lamiaceae)

Lovčen 1420 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: poor gritty soil and sunny place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Acinos graveolens

Adonis vernalis

(Ranunculaceae)

Srednerusskaja vozvyšennost’ 220 m., Russia ↕ 5-40 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-V 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Adonis vernalis

Androsace carnea subsp. brigantiaca

(Primulaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1850 m., France ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny to semi shade, but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

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Androsace carnea subsp. laggeri

(Primulaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 2180 m., Spain ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny to semi shade, but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

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Androsace chamaejasme

(Primulaceae)

Hochschwab 1630 m., Austria ↕ 3-7 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Androsace chamaejasme

Androsace lactea

(Primulaceae)

Hochschwab 1650 m., Austria ↕ 4-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Androsace lactea

Androsace obtusifolia

(Primulaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2470 m., France ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Androsace obtusifolia

Androsace villosa

(Primulaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 2000 m., Spain ↕ 2-7 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Androsace villosa

Anemone baldensis

(Ranunculaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2040 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: VI-IX

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Anemone baldensis

Anemone heldreichii

(Ranunculaceae)

Levka Ori 1250 m., Crete, Greece ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: VI-IX

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Anemone heldreichii

Anemone nemorosa

(Ranunculaceae)

Ralská pahorkatina 440 m., Czech republic ↕ 8-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich soil, under leafy trees and shrubs. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: VI-IX

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone ranunculoides

(Ranunculaceae)

Ralská pahorkatina 360 m., Czech republic ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich soil, under leafy trees and shrubs. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: VI-IX

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Anemone ranunculoides

Antennaria dioica

(Asteraceae)

Hochschwab 1620 m., Austria ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Antennaria dioica

Anthyllis aurea

(Fabaceae)

Mal i Thatë 1540 m., Albania ↕ 10-20 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Anthyllis aurea

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. alpestris

(Fabaceae)

Hochschwab 1840 m., Austria ↕ 10-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. alpestris

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. carpatica

(Fabaceae)

Malá Fatra 1220 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. carpatica

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. forondae

(Fabaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 2020 m., France ↕ 10-35 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. forondae

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. vulnerarioides

(Fabaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 1830 m., Spain ↕ 10-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Anthyllis vulneraria subsp. vulnerarioides

Aposeris foetida

(Asteraceae)

Karawanken 1220 m., Austria ↕ 10-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grow in humus-rich soil with grit. permanently slightly moist, in a light place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Aposeris foetida

Arabis alpina subsp. alpina

(Brassicaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1670 m., Italy ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny or semi-shade but not dry place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Arabis alpina subsp. alpina

Arabis bellidifolia subsp. stellulata

(Brassicaceae)

Dolomiti 1950 m., Italy ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a light place. Good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Arabis bellidifolia subsp. stellulata

Arabis caerulea

(Brassicaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2580 m., France ↕ 2-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor stony and still slightly moist soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Arabis subcoriacea

(Brassicaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2560 m., France ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 3 Cultivation: constantly wet, poor, rocky soil. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Arabis subcoriacea

Arenaria biflora

(Caryophyllaceae)

Silvretta 2360 m., Switzerland ↕ 1-4 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: still slightly moist, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Arenaria biflora

Arenaria ciliata

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2470 m., France ↕ 2-7 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Arenaria ciliata

Arenaria grandiflora

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1250 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a sunny place. Good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Arenaria grandiflora

Arjona patagonica

(Schoepfiaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1220 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: poor stony or sandy soil and sunny, hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-XII

2,00 Euro/10 seeds

Arjona patagonica

Armeria alpina

(Plumbaginaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2050 m., France ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Armeria alpina

Armeria girardii

(Plumbaginaceae)

Cévennes 1000 m., France ↕ 8-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: poor sandy soil and sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Armeria girardii

Armeria maritima subsp. andina

(Plumbaginaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1200 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: poor gritty soil and sunny place. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Armeria maritima subsp. andina

Artemisia borealis

(Asteraceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2480 m., France ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor rocky soil, cold conditions. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

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Asarum europaeum

(Aristolochiaceae)

Slovenské rudohorie 430 m., Slovakia ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich soil, under trees and shrubs. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: VII-X

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Asarum europaeum

Aster alpinus

(Asteraceae)

Hochschwab 1620 m., Austria ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Aster alpinus

Aster bellidiastrum

(Asteraceae)

Hochschwab 1550 m., Austria ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: in humus-rich stony soil, in a light place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Aster bellidiastrum

Astragalus alpinus

(Fabaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2350 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Astragalus alpinus

Astragalus australis subsp. australis

(Fabaceae)

Hochschwab 1560 m., Austria ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Astragalus australis subsp. australis

Astragalus australis subsp. gerardii

(Fabaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2160 m., France ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 3 Cultivation: sunny place, poor soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

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Astragalus exscapus

(Fabaceae)

Stara Planina 880 m., Bulgaria ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Astragalus exscapus

Astragalus hypoglottis subsp. gremlii

(Fabaceae)

Nanos 1150 m., Slovenia ↕ 15-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Astragalus hypoglottis subsp. gremlii

Astragalus monspessulanus

(Fabaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 1950 m., Spain ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Astragalus monspessulanus

Astragalus norvegicus

(Fabaceae)

Hochschwab 1550 m., Austria ↕ 15-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

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Aubrieta pinardii

(Brassicaceae)

Dedegöl Dağlari 1860 m., Turkey ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Aubrieta pinardii

Biscutella laevigata subsp. laevigata

(Brassicaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1480 m., Italy ↕ 15-35 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Biscutella laevigata subsp. laevigata

Caiophora coronata

(Loasaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2480 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Caiophora coronata

Calandrinia colchaguensis

(Portulacaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1760 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 2-4 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: grow in sandy soil, permanently slightly moist, in a sunny place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Calandrinia colchaguensis

Calandrinia patagonica

(Portulacaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1120 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 2-6 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: very dry, sunny place. Poor sandy soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Calandrinia patagonica

Calceolaria biflora

(Scrophulariaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1330 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: grow in humus-rich soil with grit, permanently slightly moist, in a light, or sunny place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Calceolaria biflora

Calceolaria corymbosa subsp. montana

(Scrophulariaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2350 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, rocky soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

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Calceolaria filicaulis subsp. luxurians

(Scrophulariaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2420 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 10-35 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: grow in permanently slightly moist soil, in a sunny place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Calceolaria filicaulis subsp. luxurians

Calceolaria germainii

(Scrophulariaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2460 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: poor gritty soil on sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Calceolaria germainii

Calceolaria pinifolia

(Scrophulariaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2520 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: poor rocky soil and sunny place. Good drainage. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Calceolaria pinifolia

Calceolaria polyrhiza

(Scrophulariaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2040 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 10-20 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, sandy or stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Calceolaria polyrhiza

Campanula alpestris

(Campanulaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 2520 m., France ↕ 3-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: northern slope, cold conditions. Still slightly moist, poor soil. Good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Campanula alpestris

Campanula alpina

(Campanulaceae)

Niedere Tauern 2180 m., Austria ↕ 5-18 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Campanula alpina

Campanula barbata

(Campanulaceae)

Niedere Tauern 1880 m., Austria ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/150 seeds

Campanula barbata

Campanula bohemica

(Campanulaceae)

Krkonoše 800 m., Czech republic ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Campanula bohemica

Campanula cespitosa

(Campanulaceae)

Fischbacher Alpen 1330 m., Austria ↕ 10-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, in crevices and screes, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Campanula cespitosa

Campanula cochleariifolia

(Campanulaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1820 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in gritty soil, in screes and in crevices, easy to grow. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Campanula cochleariifolia

Campanula pulla

(Campanulaceae)

Hochschwab 1740 m., Austria ↕ 5-18 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: northern slope, cold conditions, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Campanula pulla

Campanula scheuchzeri

(Campanulaceae)

Hochschwab 1520 m., Austria ↕ 8-35 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Campanula scheuchzeri

Campanula serrata

(Campanulaceae)

Malá Fatra 1150 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-35 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: light but not dry place. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Campanula serrata

Campanula stenocodon

(Campanulaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1240 m., France ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, in crevices and screes, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Campanula stenocodon

Campanula zoysii

(Campanulaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1580 m., Italy ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny, or semi-shade place, in crevices and screes, very good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Campanula zoysii

Cerastium alpinum

(Caryophyllaceae)

Bernina 2620 m., Switzerland ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, in crevices and screes, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

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Cerastium carinthiacum subsp. carinthiacum

(Caryophyllaceae)

Karnische Alpen 2120 m., Italy ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage, limestone scree. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Cerastium carinthiacum subsp. carinthiacum

Cerastium decalvans

(Caryophyllaceae)

Babuna 1270 m., Macedonia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Cerastium decalvans

Cerastium latifolium

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2500 m., France ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage, rocky scree. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Cerastium latifolium

Cirsium acaule

(Asteraceae)

Lovčen 1400 m., Montenegro ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Cirsium acaule

Cyclamen hederifolium

(Primulaceae)

Jakupica 1820 m., Macedonia ↕ 10-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: in semi shade place and still slightly moist humus-rich soil. Good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. Tuberous plant. 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Cyclamen hederifolium

Cyclamen purpurascens

(Primulaceae)

Dolomiti 1770 m., Italy ↕ 10-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: in semi shade place and still slightly moist humus-rich soil. Good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. Tuberous plant. 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Cyclamen purpurascens

Dianthus alpinus

(Caryophyllaceae)

Hochschwab 1890 m., Austria ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Dianthus alpinus

Dianthus gratianopolitanus

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1520 m., France ↕ 10-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny to semi shade place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

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Dianthus lumnitzeri

(Caryophyllaceae)

Western Slovakia 450 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Dianthus lumnitzeri

Dianthus pavonius

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 2100 m., France ↕ 5-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, in gritty soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

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Dianthus praecox subsp. praecox

(Caryophyllaceae)

Slovenské rudohorie 820 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, humus-rich stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Dianthus praecox subsp. praecox

Dianthus sternbergii

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1520 m., Italy ↕ 10-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Dianthus sternbergii

Dianthus sylvestris

(Caryophyllaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1550 m., Italy ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Dianthus sylvestris

Draba aizoides

(Brassicaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1650 m., Italy ↕ 2-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Draba aizoides

Draba dubia

(Brassicaceae)

Dolomiti 2100 m., Italy ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Draba dubia

Draba hoppeana

(Brassicaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2280 m., France ↕ 2-8 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Draba hoppeana

Draba lasiocarpa

(Brassicaceae)

Mal i Thatë 1600 m., Albania ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV. 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Draba lasiocarpa

Edraianthus graminifolius var. baldaccii

(Campanulaceae)

Lovčen 1460 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Edraianthus graminifolius var. baldaccii

Edraianthus horvatii

(Campanulaceae)

Mal i Thatë 1690 m., Albania ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Edraianthus horvatii

Edraianthus tenuifolius

(Campanulaceae)

Rumija 1450 m., Montenegro ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

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Eranthis cilicica

(Ranunculaceae)

Bolu Dağlari 900 m., Turkey ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: VII-X

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Eranthis cilicica

Eranthis hyemalis

(Ranunculaceae)

Yildiz Dağlari 580 m., Turkey ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny, or semi-shade place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: VII-X

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Eranthis hyemalis

Erigeron alpinus

(Asteraceae)

Dolomiti 2120 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Erigeron alpinus

Erigeron candidus

(Asteraceae)

Ennstaler Alpen 1820 m., Austria ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Erigeron candidus

Erigeron neglectus

(Asteraceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2250 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Erigeron neglectus

Erigeron uniflorus

(Asteraceae)

Dolomiti 2120 m., Italy ↕ 4-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Erigeron uniflorus

Gentiana acaulis

(Gentianaceae)

Niedere Tauern 1950 m., Austria ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Gentiana acaulis

Gentiana brachyphylla

(Gentianaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2400 m., France ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Gentiana brachyphylla

Gentiana clusii

(Gentianaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1780 m., Italy ↕ 5-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Gentiana clusii

Gentiana ligustica

(Gentianaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1520 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in well-drained humus-rich mixture with added limestone grit. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Gentiana orbicularis

(Gentianaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2150 m., France ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Gentiana orbicularis

Gentiana rostanii

(Gentianaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1600 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, permanently humid soil. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Gentiana schleicheri

(Gentianaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2380 m., France ↕ 3-7 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Gentiana schleicheri

Gentiana terglouensis

(Gentianaceae)

Karnische Alpen 2050 m., Italy ↕ 3-6 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Gentiana terglouensis

Gentiana verna subsp. balcanica

(Gentianaceae)

Stogovo 1980 m., Macedonia ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Gentiana verna subsp. balcanica

Gentiana verna subsp. delphinensis

(Gentianaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1600 m., France ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Gentiana verna subsp. delphinensis

Gentiana verna subsp. verna

(Gentianaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1540 m., Italy ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Gentiana verna subsp. verna

Geum montanum

(Rosaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1750 m., Italy ↕ 8-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Geum montanum

Geum reptans

(Rosaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2480 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, in crevices and screes, good drainage, cold conditions. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Geum reptans

Glandularia araucana

(Verbenaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1580 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, stony or sandy soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture.  Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-XII

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Glandularia araucana

Glandularia aurantiaca

(Verbenaceae)

Sierra Taquetrén 1080 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, stony or sandy soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture.  Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-XII

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Glandularia aurantiaca

Gnaphalium supinum

(Asteraceae)

Niedere Tauern 2100 m., Austria ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor soil in a light place. Cold conditions. Good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

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Grindelia prunelloides

(Asteraceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1030 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 2-5 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor sandy soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Grindelia prunelloides

Gypsophila repens

(Caryophyllaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1850 m., Italy ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Gypsophila repens

Hacquetia epipactis

(Apiaceae)

Strážovské vrchy 600 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich soil, under leafy trees and shrubs. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Hacquetia epipactis

Hedysarum hedysaroides subsp. hedysaroides

(Fabaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2030 m., France ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-XII

1,50 Euro/25 seeds

Hedysarum hedysaroides subsp. hedysaroides

Hepatica nobilis

(Ranunculaceae)

Ralská pahorkatina 320 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich soil, under leafy trees and shrubs. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: Immediately after delivery.

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Hepatica nobilis

Hieracium alpinum

(Asteraceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2150 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Hieracium alpinum

Hieracium intybaceum

(Asteraceae)

Niedere Tauern 1880 m., Austria ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor, permanently slightly moist soil, in a light place. Good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Hieracium intybaceum

Hippocrepis comosa

(Fabaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 2130 m., Spain ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Hippocrepis comosa

Homogyne alpina

(Asteraceae)

Niedere Tauern 1650 m., Austria ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in humus-rich soil with grit, permanently slightly moist, in a light place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Homogyne alpina

Horminum pyrenaicum

(Lamiaceae)

Dolomiti 1760 m., Italy ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: poor soil, sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Horminum pyrenaicum

Hypochaeris montana

(Asteraceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1460 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place, poor sandy or stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/20 seeds

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Isopyrum thalictroides

(Ranunculaceae)

Jura 380 m., France ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: in humus-rich soil, under leafy trees and shrubs. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: VI-IX 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Isopyrum thalictroides

Jasione orbiculata

(Campanulaceae)

Baba Planina 2120 m., Macedonia ↕ 3-12 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Jasione orbiculata

Lecanophora ameghinoi

(Malvaceae)

Sierra Taquetrén 1050 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, sandy soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Lecanophora ameghinoi

Leontodon crispus

(Asteraceae)

Babuna 1070 m., Macedonia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Leontodon crispus

Leontopodium alpinum

(Asteraceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1660 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place and poor soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Leontopodium alpinum

Leucanthemopsis alpina

(Asteraceae)

Niedere Tauern 2150 m., Austria ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor, permanently slightly moist soil, in a light place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Leucanthemopsis alpina

Ligusticum mutellinoides

(Apiaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2220 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor, permanently slightly moist soil, in a sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Ligusticum mutellinoides

Linaria alpina

(Scrophulariaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1780 m., Italy ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: permanently slightly moist soil, in a sunny place, rocky scree, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Linaria alpina

Linum capitatum

(Linaceae)

Baba Planina 2100 m., Macedonia ↕ 8-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Linum tenuifolium

(Linaceae)

Nanos 1100 m., Slovenia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Linum tenuifolium

Lotus alpinus

(Fabaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 2180 m., Spain ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Lotus alpinus

Lotus corniculatus

(Fabaceae)

Malá Fatra 1160 m., Slovakia ↕ 15-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place and poor stony soil. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Lotus corniculatus

Mimulus luteus

(Scrophulariceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2220 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, permanently moist soil. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-V 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Mimulus luteus

Minuartia attica

(Caryophyllaceae)

Babuna 1250 m., Macedonia ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Minuartia attica

Minuartia austriaca

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1480 m., Italy ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Minuartia austriaca

Minuartia baldaccii subsp. doerfleri

(Caryophyllaceae)

Lovčen 1440 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-12 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Minuartia baldaccii subsp. doerfleri

Minuartia capillacea

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1740 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Minuartia capillacea

Minuartia langii

(Caryophyllaceae)

Strážovské vrchy 600 m., Slovakia ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Minuartia langii

Minuartia recurva subsp. condensata

(Caryophyllaceae)

Baba Planina 1880 m., Macedonia ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Minuartia recurva subsp. condensata

Minuartia sedoides

(Caryophyllaceae)

Dolomiti 1980 m., Italy ↕ 2-5 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor stony soil, in a light place. Cold conditions, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Minuartia sedoides

Minuartia setacea

(Caryophyllaceae)

Almājul 820 m., Romania ↕ 8-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Minuartia setacea

Minuartia verna subsp. verna

(Caryophyllaceae)

Hochschwab 1630 m., Austria ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Minuartia verna subsp. verna

Moehringia ciliata

(Caryophyllaceae)

Dolomiti 1750 m., Italy ↕ 3-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Moehringia ciliata

Montiopsis gayana

(Portulacaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1270 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, sandy soil, good drainage. Protect from winter moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Montiopsis gayana

Myosotis alpestris

(Boraginaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2230 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place and poor, stony soil. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Myosotis alpestris

Oxalis squamata

(Oxalidaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2400 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Protect from winter moisture. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Oxalis squamata

Oxytropis campestris subsp. campestris

(Fabaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 2080 m., Spain ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Oxytropis campestris subsp. campestris

Oxytropis campestris subsp. tyroliensis

(Fabaceae)

Bernina 2120 m., Switzerland ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Oxytropis campestris subsp. tyroliensis

Oxytropis jacquinii

(Fabaceae)

Kitzbüheler Alpen 1810 m., Austria ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Oxytropis jacquinii

Oxytropis dinarica subsp. weberi

(Fabaceae)

Mal i Thatë 1740 m., Albania ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

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Oxytropis lapponica

(Fabaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2550 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Oxytropis lapponica

Oxytropis pyrenaica

(Fabaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 2160 m., Spain ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Oxytropis pyrenaica

Paederota lutea

(Scrophulariceae)

Dolomiti 1880 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: poor stony soil, in a light place. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Paederota lutea

Papaver alpinum

(Papaveraceae)

Hochschwab 1880 m., Austria ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage, limestone scree. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

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Papaver aurantiacum

(Papaveraceae)

Alpi Giulie 1850 m., Italy ↕ 8-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage, limestone scree. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Papaver aurantiacum

Papaver ernesti-mayeri

(Papaveraceae)

Alpi Giulie 1920 m., Italy ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage, limestone scree. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Papaver ernesti-mayeri

Parnassia palustris

(Parnassiaceae)

Bayerische Alpen 1750 m., Austria ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in moist poor soil, in a light place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/150 seeds

Parnassia palustris

Paronychia albanica

(Caryophyllaceae)

Mal i Thatë 1680 m., Albania ↕ 2-5 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Paronychia albanica

Phyteuma confusum

(Campanulaceae)

Niedere Tauern 2080 m., Austria ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Phyteuma confusum

Phyteuma globulariifolium subsp. globulariifolium

(Campanulaceae)

Niedere Tauern 2150 m., Austria ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Phyteuma globulariifolium subsp. globulariifolium

Phyteuma globulariifolium subsp. pedemontanum

(Campanulaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 2050 m., France ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Phyteuma hemisphaericum

(Campanulaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1820 m., Italy ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Phyteuma hemisphaericum

Phyteuma scheuchzeri subsp. columnae

(Campanulaceae)

Nanos 1100 m., Slovenia ↕ 15-40 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Phyteuma scheuchzeri subsp. columnae

Polygala nicaeensis subsp. carniolica

(Polygalaceae)

Nanos 1120 m., Slovenia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Polygala nicaeensis subsp. carniolica

Potentilla arenaria

(Rosaceae)

Hořovická pahorkatina 310 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Potentilla arenaria

Potentilla caulescens

(Rosaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1240 m., Italy ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Potentilla caulescens

Potentilla grandiflora

(Rosaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2080 m., France ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4 Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Potentilla grandiflora

Potentilla pedata

(Rosaceae)

Babuna 1270 m., Macedonia ↕ 5-35 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Potentilla pedata

Potentilla speciosa

(Rosaceae)

Lovčen 1450 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Pozoa coriacea

(Apiaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1380 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-12 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: very dry, sunny place. Poor sandy soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-XII 

2,00 Euro/40 seeds

Pozoa coriacea

Primula auricula

(Primulaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1580 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

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Primula clusiana

(Primulaceae)

Hochschwab 1680 m., Austria ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Primula clusiana

Primula daonensis

(Primulaceae)

Ortles 1680 m., Italy ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Primula daonensis

Primula elatior subsp. elatior

(Primulaceae)

Ralská pahorkatina 360 m., Czech republic ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny, or semi-shade, but not dry place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Primula elatior subsp. elatior

Primula farinosa

(Primulaceae)

Bernina 2220 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny place, permanently slightly moist soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Primula farinosa

Primula glutinosa

(Primulaceae)

Niedere Tauern 2250 m., Austria ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage, cool place. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Primula glutinosa

Primula hirsuta

(Primulaceae)

Bernina 2140 m., Italy ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Primula hirsuta

Primula integrifolia

(Primulaceae)

Bernina 2280 m., Italy ↕ 3-7 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in moist humus-rich soil, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Primula integrifolia

Primula latifolia

(Primulaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1950 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Primula latifolia

Primula marginata

(Primulaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1720 m., France ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Primula marginata

Primula minima

(Primulaceae)

Niedere Tauern 1850 m., Austria ↕ 1-4 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: in moist humus-rich soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Primula minima

Primula veris subsp. columnae

(Primulaceae)

Pyrénees Orientales 1600 m., France ↕ 15-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grow in humus-rich soil with grit, in a light place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Primula veris subsp. columnae

Primula vulgaris subsp. vulgaris

(Primulaceae)

Strážovské vrchy 530 m., Slovakia ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in humus-rich soil with grit, in a light place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Primula vulgaris subsp. vulgaris

Pritzelago alpina subsp. alpina

(Brassicaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1780 m., Italy ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. In screes and in crevices. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Pritzelago alpina subsp. alpina

Pulsatilla alpina subsp. apiifolia

(Ranunculaceae)

Bernina 2280 m., Switzerland ↕ 10-40 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: I-IV 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla alpina subsp. apiifolia

Pulsatilla alpina subsp. austriaca

(Ranunculaceae)

Niedere Tauern 1820 m., Austria ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: I-IV 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla alpina subsp. austriaca

Pulsatilla alpina subsp. austroalpina

(Ranunculaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1700 m., Austria ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla alpina subsp. austroalpina

Pulsatilla grandis

(Ranunculaceae)

Eastern Slovakia 650 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-35 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV 

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla grandis

Pulsatilla grandis f. moravica

(Ranunculaceae)

Central Moravia 340 m., Czech republic ↕ 10-35 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV 

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Pulsatilla grandis f. moravica

Pulsatilla patens

(Ranunculaceae)

Eastern Slovakia 680 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV 

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla patens

Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. bohemica

(Ranunculaceae)

Central Bohemia 360 m., Czech republic ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV 

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. bohemica

Pulsatilla subslavica

(Ranunculaceae)

Western Slovakia 580 m., Slovakia ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV 

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla subslavica

Pulsatilla vulgaris

(Ranunculaceae)

Cévennes 650 m., France ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV 

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla vulgaris

Pulsatilla x magyarica

(Ranunculaceae)

Northern Hungary 200 m., Hungary ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: dry sunny place, good drainage, sandy soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: I-IV. Natural hybrid Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. hungarica and Pulsatilla zimmermannii.

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Pulsatilla x magyarica

Ramonda serbica

(Gesneriaceae)

Babuna 600 m., Macedonia ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: semi-shade place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil, permanently slightly moisture. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/150 seeds

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Ranunculus alpestris

(Ranunculaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 2100 m., Spain ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: northern slope, cold conditions. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Ranunculus alpestris

Ranunculus glacialis

(Ranunculaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2460 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: northern slope, cold conditions. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Ranunculus glacialis

Samolus spathulatus

(Primulaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1040 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: grow in sandy soil, permanently slightly moist, in a sunny place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: X-II 

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

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Saponaria pumila

(Caryophyllaceae)

Gurghiul 1700 m., Romania ↕ 2-8 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage, cold conditions. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Saponaria pumila

Saxifraga aizoides

(Saxifragaceae)

Hochschwab 1680 m., Austria ↕ 3-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in moist poor soil, in a sunny place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/150 seeds

Saxifraga aizoides

Saxifraga biflora subsp. biflora

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2360 m., France ↕ 1-5 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

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Saxifraga bryoides

(Saxifragaceae)

Niedere Tauern 2110 m., Austria ↕ 2-5 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga bryoides

Saxifraga caesia

(Saxifragaceae)

Hochschwab 1620 m., Austria ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Limestone rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga caesia

Saxifraga callosa

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1580 m., Austria ↕ 5-10 (50) cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grow in poor soil, rocky, with good drainage. Sunny place. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

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Saxifraga cotyledon

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpi Graie 880 m., Italy ↕ 3-10 (80)cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in humus-rich soil with grit, permanently slightly moist, in a semi-shade, or sunny place. Good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga cotyledon

Saxifraga crustata

(Saxifragaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1660 m., Italy ↕ 2-4 (30) cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in poor soil, rocky, with good drainage. Sunny place. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga crustata

Saxifraga exarata subsp. exarata

(Saxifragaceae)

Bernina 2280 m., Italy ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga exarata subsp. exarata

Saxifraga exarata subsp. moschata

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1760 m., France ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga exarata subsp. moschata

Saxifraga grisebachii var. montenegrina

(Saxifragaceae)

Stogovo 1990 m., Macedonia ↕ 3-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: light place, good drainage. Limestone rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga grisebachii var. montenegrina

Saxifraga hostii subsp. hostii

(Saxifragaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1550 m., Italy ↕ 4-8 (40) cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grow in poor soil, rocky, with good drainage. Sunny place. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga hostii subsp. hostii

Saxifraga magellanica

(Saxifragaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1140 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, rocky soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Saxifraga magellanica

Saxifraga marginata

(Saxifragaceae)

Stogovo 1940 m., Macedonia ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Limestone rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga marginata

Saxifraga oppositifolia subsp. oppositifolia

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 2150 m., France ↕ 1-5 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Limestone rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Saxifraga oppositifolia subsp. oppositifolia

Saxifraga paniculata

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1600 m., France ↕ 2-5 (40) cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in poor soil, rocky, with good drainage. Sunny place. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga paniculata

Saxifraga pedemontana

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1750 m., France ↕ 3-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: light place, good drainage. Limestone rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

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Saxifraga sedoides

(Saxifragaceae)

Dolomiti 1860 m., Italy ↕ 2-6 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Limestone rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga sedoides

Saxifraga seguieri

(Saxifragaceae)

Bernina 2270 m., Switzerland ↕ 2-7 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga seguieri

Saxifraga squarrosa

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1720 m., Italy ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/100 seeds

Saxifraga squarrosa

Saxifraga stellaris

(Saxifragaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1620 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in moist to wet poor soil, in a light place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/200 seeds

Saxifraga stellaris

Scorzonera austriaca

(Asteraceae)

Almājul 640 m., Romania ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: dry sunny place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Scorzonera austriaca

Scorzonera mollis

(Asteraceae)

Lovčen 1400 m., Montenegro ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: dry sunny place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

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Scutellaria alpina

(Lamiaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 1950 m., France ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place and poor, stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Scutellaria alpina

Scutellaria nummulariifolia

(Lamiaceae)

Sierra de Tecka 950 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: poor gritty soil on sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture.. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Scutellaria nummulariifolia

Senecio incanus subsp. carniolicus

(Asteraceae)

Niedere Tauern 1820 m., Austria ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Senecio incanus subsp. carniolicus

Senecio incanus subsp. incanus

(Asteraceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2120 m., France ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Senecio incanus subsp. incanus

Senecio sp. Chubut

(Asteraceae)

Sierra Calcata Pul 960 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, sandy soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Senecio sp. Chubut

Sibbaldia procumbens

(Rosaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2300 m., France ↕ 1-5 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Silene acaulis

(Caryophyllaceae)

Hochschwab 1920 m., Austria ↕ 1-3 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Silene acaulis

Silene cordifolia

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 2120 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Silene exscapa

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2080 m., France ↕ 1-3 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Silene exscapa

Silene magellanica

(Caryophyllaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1050 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/40 seeds

Silene magellanica

Silene pusilla

(Caryophyllaceae)

Hochschwab 1550 m., Austria ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Silene quadrifida

(Caryophyllaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1480 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Silene quadrifida

Silene rupestris

(Caryophyllaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 1980 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place and poor, stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Silene rupestris

Soldanella alpina

(Primulaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1860 m., Italy ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich stony soil, in a light place, but not too hot. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Soldanella alpina

Soldanella austriaca

(Primulaceae)

Hochschwab 1760 m., Austria ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich stony soil, in a light place, but not too hot. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II. Seed collection in the shared habitat with Soldanella alpina, which means that in the seeding some natural hybrid of the both species might be found.

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Soldanella carpatica

(Primulaceae)

Slovenské rudohorie 680 m., Slovakia ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich stony soil, permanently slightly moist, in a semi-shade place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Soldanella carpatica

Soldanella minima

(Primulaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1920 m., Italy ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich stony soil, in a light place, but not too hot. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Soldanella minima

Soldanella montana

(Primulaceae)

Eisenwurzen 940 m., Austria ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grow in humus-rich soil with grit, permanently slightly moist, in a light place. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/70 seeds

Soldanella montana

Soldanella pusilla

(Primulaceae)

Niedere Tauern 2120 m., Austria ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich stony soil, in a light place, but not too hot. Soil pH: acid. Sowing: X-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Soldanella pusilla

Stachys sp.

(Lamiaceae)

Babuna 1280 m., Macedonia ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: dry sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Stachys sp.

Teucrium arduini

(Lamiaceae)

Lovčen 1420 m., Montenegro ↕ 15-35 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: dry sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Thlaspi montanum

(Brassicaceae)

Cévennes 1250 m., France ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny, or semi-shade place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Thlaspi montanum

Thlaspi rotundifolium subsp. rotundifolium

(Brassicaceae)

Alpi Giulie 1890 m., Italy ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Thlaspi rotundifolium subsp. rotundifolium

Trifolium alpinum

(Fabaceae)

Bernina 2200 m., Italy ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor, stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Trifolium alpinum

Trifolium badium

(Fabaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2220 m., France ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Trifolium badium

Trifolium thalii

(Fabaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2410 m., France ↕ 3-12 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

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Valeriana saxatilis

(Valerianaceae)

Dolomiti 1820 m., Italy ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

1,50 Euro/50 seeds

Valeriana saxatilis

Veronica allionii

(Scrophulariaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 2180 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Veronica allionii

Veronica alpina

(Scrophulariaceae)

Niedere Tauern 1820 m., Austria ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Veronica alpina

Veronica aphylla

(Scrophulariaceae)

Dolomiti 1880 m., Italy ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Rock crevices and scree. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Veronica aphylla

Veronica bellidioides

(Scrophulariaceae)

Niedere Tauern 1820 m., Austria ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Veronica bellidioides

Veronica fruticans

(Scrophulariaceae)

Dolomiti 1620 m., Italy ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Veronica fruticans

Veronica fruticulosa

(Scrophulariaceae)

Karnische Alpen 1450 m., Italy ↕ 8-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/80 seeds

Veronica fruticulosa

Veronica porphyriana

(Scrophulariaceae)

Džagdy 700 m., Russia ↕ 8-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Veronica porphyriana

Veronica prostrata

(Scrophulariaceae)

Srednerusskaja vozvyšennost’ 220 m., Russia ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: dry sunny place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/60 seeds

Veronica prostrata

Viola calcarata subsp. calcarata

(Violaceae)

Alpes Cottiennes 2180 m., France ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Viola calcarata subsp. calcarata

Viola collina

(Violaceae)

Hořovická pahorkatina 320 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny or semi-shade place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Viola collina

Viola maculata

(Violaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1350 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, sandy or stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-II 

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Viola maculata

Viola mirabilis

(Violaceae)

Mikulovská vrchovina 270 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: semi-shade place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Viola mirabilis

Viola odorata

(Violaceae)

Ralská pahorkatina 330 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny or semi-shade place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Viola odorata

Viola reichenbachiana

(Violaceae)

Ralská pahorkatina 300 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: semi-shade place. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/40 seeds

Viola reichenbachiana

Viola suavis

(Violaceae)

Mikulovská vrchovina 290 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: semi-shade place. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

1,50 Euro/30 seeds

Viola suavis

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