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Edraianthus glisicii

(Campanulaceae)

Durmitor 750 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: grows in perpendicular tight crevices in a semi-shady place. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

3,00 Euro/60 seeds

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Edraianthus graminifolius subsp. 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 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Edraianthus graminifolius subsp. baldaccii

Edraianthus graminifolius subsp. caricinus

(Campanulaceae)

Biokovo 1620 m., Croatia ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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Edraianthus graminifolius subsp. montenegrinus

(Campanulaceae)

Komovi 2230 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place. Poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Edraianthus graminifolius subsp. montenegrinus

Edraianthus graminifolius subsp. murbeckii

(Campanulaceae)

Prenj 2140 m., Bosnia and Herzegovina ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place and poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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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 

2,50 Euro/80 seeds

Edraianthus horvatii

Edraianthus serpyllifolius

(Campanulaceae)

Bjelašnica 2060 m., Bosnia and Herzegovina ↕ 2-5 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II 

2,50 Euro/80 seeds

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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 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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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

2,00 Euro/100 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 

2,00 Euro/100 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 

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Erigeron candidus

Erigeron glabratus

(Asteraceae)

Komovi 2040 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Erigeron glabratus

Erigeron leptopetalus

(Asteraceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2650 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: poor stony soil in a sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,50 Euro/50 seeds

Erigeron leptopetalus

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 

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Erigeron neglectus

Erinus alpinus

(Scrophulariaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 1940 m., Spain ↕ 2-10 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny, but not dry place. Poor stony, or rocky soil. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Erinus alpinus

Ficaria calthifolia

(Ranunculaceae)

České středohoří 470 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: grows in humus-rich soil, under mature trees. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: Immediately after delivery
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2,00 Euro/40 seeds

Ficaria calthifolia

Fumana procumbens

(Cistaceae)

Čabulja 920 m., Bosnia and Herzegovina ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Fumana procumbens

Genista sagittalis

(Fabaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 2040 m., Spain ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage. Poor stony soil. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : IX-XI

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Genista sagittalis

Genista sericea

(Fabaceae)

Nanos 1100 m., Slovenia ↕ 5-12 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : dry sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : IX-XI

2,00 Euro/20 seeds

Genista sericea

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

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Gentiana acaulis

Gentiana bavarica

(Gentianaceae)

Niedere Tauern 2100 m., Austria ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grow in a place with still moist soil. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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Gentiana bavarica var. subacaulis

(Gentianaceae)

Ortler Alpen 2730 m.,Italy ↕ 2-6 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grow in screes. Sunny but not dry place. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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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

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Gentiana clusii

Gentiana dinarica

(Gentianaceae)

Komovi 2260 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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Gentiana frigida

(Gentianaceae)

Munții Bucegi 2400 m., Romania ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, cold, good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

2,50 Euro/80 seeds

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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

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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Gentiana occidentalis

(Gentianaceae)

Pirineos Occidentales 1860 m., Spain ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Gentiana occidentalis

Gentiana pumila

(Gentianaceae)

Hochschwab 1880 m., Austria ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny but not dry place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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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

2,00 Euro/80 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

2,00 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

2,00 Euro/80 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

2,00 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

2,00 Euro/80 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

2,00 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

2,00 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

2,00 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

2,50 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

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Glandularia aurantiaca

Globularia cordifolia

(Globulariaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1550 m., France ↕ 3-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage, stony soil. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : IX-II

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Globularia cordifolia

Globularia meridionalis

(Globulariaceae)

Orjen 1770 m., Montenegro ↕ 3-12 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage, stony soil. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : IX-II

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

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Globularia nudicaulis

(Globulariaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 1880 m., Spain ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place and poor, stony soil.  Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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Globularia repens

(Globulariaceae)

Pirineos Occidentales 1620 m., Spain ↕ 1-4 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation : sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : IX-II

2,00 Euro/40 seeds

Globularia repens

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

2,00 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

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Grindelia prunelloides

Gutierrezia baccharoides

(Asteraceae)

Sierra Taquetrén 1020 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : very dry, sunny place. Poor sandy, or stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Gutierrezia baccharoides

Gutierrezia solbrigii

(Asteraceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1360 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : very dry, sunny place. Poor sandy, or stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Gutierrezia solbrigii

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

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Gypsophila repens

Halerpestes cymbalaria

(Ranunculaceae)

Sierra de Uspallata 2220 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 2-6 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: grows in a sunny, humid place. Well drained, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV

2,50 Euro/80 seeds

Halerpestes cymbalaria

Haplopappus glutinosus

(Asteraceae)

Sierra de Huancache 980 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : poor sandy soil on sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV

2,50 Euro/40 seeds

Haplopappus glutinosus

Haplopappus paucidentatus

(Asteraceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1680 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : poor sandy soil on sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV

2,50 Euro/40 seeds

Haplopappus paucidentatus

Haplopappus scrobiculatus

(Asteraceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2260 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

2,50 Euro/40 seeds

Haplopappus scrobiculatus

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

2,00 Euro/30 seeds

Hedysarum hedysaroides subsp. hedysaroides

Helianthemum alpestre

(Cistaceae)

Alpes de Savoie 2150 m., France ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : sunny place and poor, stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Helianthemum alpestre

Helianthemum apenninum subsp. apenninum

(Cistaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 1580 m., Spain ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Helianthemum apenninum subsp. apenninum

Helianthemum canum

(Cistaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 1600 m., Spain ↕ 5-20 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Helianthemum canum

Helianthemum nummularium subsp. glabrum

(Cistaceae)

Nanos 1100 m., Slovenia ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Helianthemum nummularium subsp. glabrum

Helianthemum nummularium subsp. grandiflorum

(Cistaceae)

Dolomiti 1850 m., Italy ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation : sunny place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH : no special requirements. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Helianthemum nummularium subsp. grandiflorum

Helianthemum nummularium subsp. obscurum

(Cistaceae)

Hořovická pahorkatina 350 m., Czech republic ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : sunny place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH : no special requirements. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/70 seeds

Helianthemum nummularium subsp. obscurum

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.

2,00 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

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 

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Hippocrepis comosa

Hoffmannseggia glauca

(Fabaceae)

Sierra de Queupuniyeo 800 m., Río Negro, Argentina ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : poor sandy soil on sunny hot place. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : II-IV

2,50 Euro/40 seeds

Hoffmannseggia glauca

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

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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Chaenorhinum robustum

(Scrophulariaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 1980 m., Spain ↕ 8-30 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Chaenorhinum robustum

Chrysosplenium alternifolium

(Saxifragaceae)

Ralská pahorkatina 340 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation: in humus-rich permanently wet soil, under leafy trees and shrubs. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Chrysosplenium alternifolium

Iberis sempervirens

(Brassicaceae)

Alpes Maritimes 1580 m., France ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Iberis sempervirens

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: Immediately after delivery.

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Isopyrum thalictroides

Jasione crispa

(Campanulaceae)

Pirineos Orientales 1860 m., Spain ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: IX-II 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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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 

2,00 Euro/100 seeds

Jasione orbiculata

Junellia congesta

(Verbenaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1680 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 1-5 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : dry sunny place and poor, sandy or stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : IX-XII

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Junellia congesta

Junellia micrantha

(Verbenaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1150 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 1-5 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : dry sunny place and poor, sandy or stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : IX-XII

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Junellia micrantha

Junellia succulentifolia

(Verbenaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1340 m., Chubut, Argentina ↕ 15-30 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation : dry sunny place and poor rocky soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : IX-XII

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Junellia succulentifolia

Junellia uniflora

(Verbenaceae)

Sierra de Uspallata 2300 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 1-3 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : dry sunny place and poor rocky soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : IX-XII

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Junellia uniflora

Lamium galeobdolon subsp. luteum

(Lamiaceae)

Hořovická pahorkatina 300 m., Czech republic ↕ 10-25 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grows in moist, rubble deciduous forests. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV

2,00 Euro/40 seeds

Lamium galeobdolon subsp. luteum

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 

2,50 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 

2,00 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 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Leucanthemopsis alpina

Leucanthemopsis alpina subsp. tatrae

(Asteraceae)

Nízké Tatry 1820 m., Slovakia ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: poor, permanently slightly moist soil, in a light place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – acid. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Leucanthemopsis alpina subsp. tatrae

Leucanthemum atratum subsp. halleri

(Asteraceae)

Hochschwab 1980 m., Austria ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, gritty soil and screes. Soil pH: alkaline. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Leucanthemum atratum subsp. halleri

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 

2,00 Euro/80 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 

2,00 Euro/80 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 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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Linum suffruticosum

(Linaceae)

Cévennes 1020 m., France ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 5
Cultivation : dry sunny place, good drainage. Poor rocky soil. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/50 seeds

Linum suffruticosum

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 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Linum tenuifolium

Lobelia oligophylla

(Campanulaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2300 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 1-3 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: grows in a sunny, humid place. Well drained, poor stony soil. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: IX-XII

2,50 Euro/80 seeds

Lobelia oligophylla

Loiseleuria procumbens

(Ericaceae)

Niedere Tauern 1820 m., Austria ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 2
Cultivation : in moist humus-rich, stony soil, cold conditions. Soil pH : neutral – acid. Sowing : X-II

2,00 Euro/200 seeds

Loiseleuria procumbens

Lomelosia crenata

(Dipsacaceae)

Nemerçkë 1420 m., Albania ↕10-25 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : sunny dry place, poor rocky soil. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/40 seeds

Lomelosia crenata

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 

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

Lotus alpinus

Lychnis alpina

(Caryophyllaceae)

Pirineos Centrales 1990 m., Spain ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil. Soil pH: no special requirements. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

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Malesherbia lirana var. subglabrifolia

(Malesherbiaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2320 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, stony soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Malesherbia lirana var. subglabrifolia

Micromeria sp.

(Lamiaceae)

Rumija 1420 m., Montenegro ↕ 5-30 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation : dry sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

Micromeria sp.

Micromeria graeca

(Lamiaceae)

Mal i Thatë 1560 m., Albania ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation : dry sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Micromeria graeca

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 

2,00 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 

2,00 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 

2,00 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 

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

Minuartia capillacea

Minuartia juniperina

(Caryophyllaceae)

Mount Lebanon 2180 m., Lebanon ↕ 5-25 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

Minuartia juniperina

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 

2,00 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 

2,00 Euro/80 seeds

Minuartia recurva subsp. condensata

Minuartia sedoides

(Caryophyllaceae)

Dolomiti 1990 m., Italy ↕ 1-3 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: sunny place, poor stony or rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: alkaline – neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,00 Euro/40 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 

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

Minuartia setacea

Minuartia smejkalii

(Caryophyllaceae)

Central Bohemia 400 m., Czech republic ↕ 5-15 cm, min. Zone 4
Cultivation: grows in light pine forests. Exclusively on serpentinite rock. Soil pH: serpentinite (not a prerequisite). Sowing: II-IV. Extremely rare.

2,00 Euro/20 seeds

Minuartia smejkalii

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 

2,00 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 

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

Moehringia ciliata

Moltkia petraea

(Boraginaceae)

Ločen 1420 m., Montenegro ↕ 10-30 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation : dry sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/60 seeds

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Moneses uniflora

(Pyrolaceae)

Horhany 960 m., Ukraine ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 3
Cultivation : in humus-rich soil, under coniferous trees (Spruce). The sowing is supposed to be made directly on intended habitat. It is a species independent on the endotrophic mycorrhiza. Cultivation (seeding-growing) is difficult. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : II-IV

2,00 Euro/1000 seeds

Moneses uniflora

Montiopsis cistiflora

(Portulacaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 2680 m., Mendoza, Argentina ↕ 3-15 cm, min. Zone 6
Cultivation: dry sunny place and poor, stony soil, good drainage. Protect from winter moisture. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: II-IV 

2,50 Euro/30 seeds

Montiopsis cistiflora

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 

2,50 Euro/50 seeds

Montiopsis gayana

Mulinum albovaginatum

(Apiaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1780 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 3-8 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : dry sunny place, poor rocky soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : IX-XI

2,50 Euro/40 seeds

Mulinum albovaginatum

Mulinum microphyllum

(Apiaceae)

Cordillera de Los Andes 1480 m., Neuquén, Argentina ↕ 5-10 cm, min. Zone 7
Cultivation : dry sunny place, poor rocky soil. Winter cover against excessive moisture. Soil pH : neutral. Sowing : IX-XI

2,50 Euro/40 seeds

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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 

2,00 Euro/40 seeds

Myosotis alpestris