Please note

Porophyllum Saxifragas like a lot of light, but not much and directly sunlight. They like a cool spot in the rock garden but not too dark. Some can tolerate the sun a little bit better, but not during the hottest hours. In our not mountainous climate, with more wet than cold winters, a fast drainage is very important.  That's why a poor, gravelly soil is the best. But in summer roots may never dry out!  Some of them need a bit more humus rich soil. Some grow best in a Tuff stone .  In the catalogue we use the following  abbreviations.

 

Location:       A= Sunny   B= Semi shade   C= Shadow but enough light  TS= Tuff   T= Trough

Difficulty:     1= Easy   2= Some minor adjustments   3.Best with winter cover   4= Alpine house  

Growth:        1= Fast   2= Normal    3= Moderate    4= Slow

Soil type:     PGS= Poor gravelly soil     HRS= More humus rich soil.  (click here for more explanation)


Porophyllum A   


'Acropolis'   

NCC

B.Moerland 2015

Engleria type with beautiful Purple-red nodding flowers. Long flowering and eye catching appearance. 

 

Stock: 6

Location: A/T Difficulty: 1   Growth: Slow   Soil type: PGS

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'Aladdin'   

x borisii

H.L.Foster   1967

 

Kabschia type, Yellow, multi flowering on semi long stem. Reliable, good.

 

 Stock: 4

Location: A   Difficulty: 1   Growth: Normal   Soil type: PGS

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'Alan Martin'   

x boydilacina

R.Potterton   2000

Nice 'Penelope' sport with yellow flowers. Darker green, tight growing leaves. 

 

 

Stock: 2

Location: A   Difficulty: 1   Growth: Moderate   Soil type: PGS

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'Albert Einstein' 

 x apiculata

F.Sundermann/R.Horny 1981

Light yellow, small flowers on semi stem. Strong one. Mostly always free flowering.

 

 

Stock: 3

Location: A   Difficulty: 1   Growth: Fast   Soil type: PGS

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'Albert's Yellow'

NCC

Albert de Mezey   1980

Very good intense yellow color. Maybe one of the best yellows. Not always free flowering but a must have if you like 'strange' plants

Stock: 15

Location: A/T Difficulty: 1   Growth: Slow   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Bamby'

x lismorensis

R.Fairbairn  1995

The beautiful 'Bamby' is a must have with her pink flowers on a tight cushion. Needs bit more care.

 

Stock: 8

Location: B   Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 1/2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Beau'

x lismorensis

R.Fairbairn   1995

Another beauty from this cross. With some care a 'winner' in your alpine house. Or outside with protection and winter cover.

Stock: 8

Location: B/C/T Difficulty: 3/4  Growth: 2    Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Betty'

x lismorensis

R.Fairbairn   

The third x lismorensis from Raymond Fairbairn. Hard to choose. Think this is my personal favorite. Needs also more care.

Stock: 3

Location: B/C   Difficulty 3/4  Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Bonny'

aretioides x georgei

R.Fairbairn   1994

Unusual but thrilling cross for a cool spot. Perfect showplant or in tufstone. Often covered with flowers. Bit more care. 

 

Stock: 4

Location: B/TS  Difficulty: 2   Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS 

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'Allendale Bravo'

x lismorensis

R.Fairbairn   1995

x lismorensis is a cross between; aretioides x georgei x lilacina x media. Lighter petals with ark heart. A Beauty!

 

Stock:4

Location: B/TS   Difficulty: 2/3  Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Cabal'

'Cumulus' x lilacina

R.Fairbairn   1994

Nice cross. Doing well. Lovely softer pink flowers with dark eye. Nice in tufstone.

 

 

Stock: 12

Location: B/D   Difficulty: 1/2  Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Carol'

'Sorrento' x andersonii

R.Fairbairn   1994

Lovely cross, a marginata from the Sorrento with the himalayan andersonii. Good multiple white flowers on short stem. 

 

Stock: 6

Location: A/B/TS  Difficulty: 2,3  Growth: 3   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Divine'

iranica x 'Gratoides'

R.Fairbairn   1998

Nice rosettes, small, hard, sharp points. Soft yellow flowers on a short stem. Needs gravelly soil and a good drainage.

 

Stock: 12

Location: A/TS   Difficulty: 1   Growth: 2/3   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Dream'

lilacina x sp.Sep549

R. Fairbairn   1998

Rather special cross from two botanica species from the Himalaya range. Delicate flowercolor. 

 

Stock: 4

Location: B/TS   Difficulty: 1   Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS   

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'Allendale Elegance'

lilacina x lowndesii

R.Fairbairn   2001

This is a real 'Rockdiamond'! One of the two most beautiful botanical species, crossed with each other. Not as difficult as you might aspect. A must have!

Stock: 12

location: B/TS   Difficulty: 1/2   Growth: 1/2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Elf'

McBeath1379 x 'Winifred'

R.Fairbairn   2001

Breathtaking beauty! Bit more care but worth the effort. The color is amazing and the flowering very good. Try one in a big tufstone. Sold out fast.

Stock: 8

Location: B/C/TS   Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 1/2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Enchanter'

kotschyi x McBeath1379

R.Fairbairn   2001

What a wonderful cross from Raymond! Two botanical species crossed giving this great Saxifraga.

Strong and reliable, good flowering

 

Stock: 5

Location: A/B   Difficulty: 1   Growth: 2   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Fairy'

lilacina x matta-florida

R.Fairbairn   2001

An other botanical cross from the Himalaya area. Very good one for a bit sheltered spot. best with some winter protection.

 

Stock: 3

Location: B   Difficulty: 2   Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Fancy'

Kotschyi x 'Gloria'

R.Fairbairn   2001

Very nice spiky rosettes. Yellow flowers on medium long stem. Needs a spot with good light, even some sun.

 

Stock: 4

location: A   Difficulty: 1   Growth: 2  Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Ghost'

ramsarica x poluniniana

R.Fairbairn   2002

Very good, strong and beautiful flowering cross between two opposite botanical Saxifragas. Turned out to be a great one!

 

Stock: 32

Location: A/B   Difficulty: 1   Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Frost'

x rosinae

R.Fairbairn   2002

The delicate diapensioides x the strong marginata. More a collectors item. Fast sold out.

 

 

Stock: 4

Location: A/B   Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 3   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Host'

andersonii FJK5 x poluniniana

R.Fairbairn   2003

White flowering but like poluniniana it tend to turn somewhat pinkish as a reaction on weather circumstances.

 

Stock: 9

Location: A/B   Difficulty: 2   Growth: 2   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Ice'

diapensioides x vandellii

R.Fairbairn   2004

Two difficult botanical species combined. Not so easy, and slow. A must have for the collector! 

 

Stock: 2

Location: B   Difficulty: 3/4   Growth: 3/4  Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Ina'

sp. Sep549 x 'Allendale Amber'

R.Fairbairn   2004

Not so easy, but what a beautiful girl Ina is!  Love this one. With some care a real eyecatcher in spring! Highly in demand.

 

Stock: 9

Location: B/C/TS   Difficulty: 3   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Jinn'

diapensioides x poluniniana

R.Fairbairn   2004

Unbelievable cross by mr. Fairbairn! The slow and difficult diapensioides x the fast and tricky poluniniana. Just try!

 

Stock: 8

Location: B/C   Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 2   Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Jo'

'Allendale Amber' x lilacina

R.Fairbairn   2004

My favorite Allendale for sure! Intense good flower color, not to describe. Not easy, but you realy need one. Fast sold out,...sorry.

 

Stock: 10

Location: C/TS   Difficulty: 3/4  Soil type: HRS

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'Allendale Magic'

marginata var. boryi x georgei

R.Fairbairn

Raymond did some magic with this two botanical species. Superbe rosettes! Superbe flowers! Superbe Saxifraga!

 

Stock: 9

Location: B/TS/T   Difficulty: 2/3 Growth: 2   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale News'

Allendale Icon x All. Dream

R.Fairbairn

Pffffff....what a cross, strange and difficult. But a beauty! Highly in demand so you must be lucky.

 

Stock: 3

Location: B/C/TS/T   Difficulty: 3/4   Growth: 3   Soil typ: PGS

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'Allendale Noon'

Allendale Envoy x All. Imp.

R.Fairbairn   2008

Sorry no picture, but it's a lovely color! A sort of yellow/amber. Also good looking rosettes. Flowers on short stem. Good!

 

Stock: 10

Location: B/TS/T   Difficulty: 2/3 Growth: 2   Soil type: PGS

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'ALPI/BM/1600/Seedling'

Probably 'Jan Neruda' seedling

B. Moerland 2010

Nice garden seedling looks like one of the many Holenka cultivars. Big white flowers with a pinkish shine in the petals.

 

 

 

Stock: 9

Location: A/B   Difficulty: 1/2   Growth: 2/3   Soil type: PGS

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'Allendale Snow'

x rayei (burseriana x wendelboi)

R.Fairbairn   1992

Again, sorry no photo. But...offcourse...it's a white one! Rather long stems with multiple flowers. Rosettes make a nice dome.

Stock: 7

Location: A/B    Difficulty: 1/2   Growth: 2   Soil typ: PGS

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'Amberine

x anglica   

I.Spencer   1999

Eye-catching Saxifraga for sure. Doing great in tufstone as well in a trough. Small dark green rosettes, Reddish amberine flowers which fade slowly during flowering.  Sax with more care. To keep in good shape best with overhead protection in wintertime.  Also an rather good plant for the show bench. Popular.

 

Stock: 5

Location: B/C/TS/T  Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 3   Soil type: HRS

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andersonii

Botanical specie

Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan

Beautiful botanical Saxifraga. Good multiple flowers on shorts stem, late and long flowering. The cushion is very nice to see with it's rather flat rosettes.

Stock:  9

Location: B/TS/T   Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 2   Soil type: PGS

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'Andrea Cesalpino'

Renaissance Group

S.Bacci & A.Young   1993

'Sofia' x stolitzkae, bit strange cross but nice rosettes and very good multiple soft yellow flowers. Recommandabele.

 

Stock:5

Location: A/B/T   Difficulty: 2   Growth: 3   Soil typ: PGS

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'Ann'

NCC

Unknown

Very nice little Saxifraga. Looks a bit like the x irvingii's but much smaller in all appearance. Nice rosettes and flowers.

 

Stock: 3

Location: B/C/TS/T   Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 3/4   Soil typ: PGS

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'Anna'

x fontanae 

O. Maixner

Very nice rosettes with clear yellow multiple flowers. Interesting cross between diapensioides and ferdinandi-coburgi. Collectors plant.

Stock: 3

Location: B/TS/T   Difficulty: 2/3   Growth: 3/4   Soil typ: PGS

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'Ann Beddall'

x goringana

W.Harding   1987

Beautiful plant, intense color. An eye catching Saxifraga in springtime. Loves a place in a tufstone. Highly in demand.

 

Stock: 12

Location: B/TS/T   Difficulty: 2   Growth: 2   Soil typ: HRS

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'Antonio Vivaldi'

Sep22 x lowndesii

K.Lang   2002

Lovely and bit delicate for more protection. Does well outside with some requierments. Soft rosettes, rather big flowers.

 

Stock: 14

Location: C/TS/T   Difficulty: 2/3/4   Growth: 2   Soil typ: HRS

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'Armida'

x boeckeleri

F.Súndermann   1913

Engleria type with a yellow/pinkish flower color. Strong and sturdy plant for an open spot. Highly in demand.

 

Stock: 2 

Location: A/T   Difficulty: 1   Growth: 3/4   Soil typ: PGS

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'Athena'

NCC (seedling 'Andrea')

M.Kraus   1987

One of the best Engleria type. Highly in demand by collectors. Bit slow to root. Beautiful spiky rosettes and intense flower color

 

Stock: 4

Location: A/T   Difficulty: 1/3   Growth: 3   Soil type: PGS

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'Ayla'

stolitzkae seedling

G.v d Beuken   2004

Very nice seedling which grows and flowers well but doesn't like wet feet. Maybe best in alpine house or else with winter cover.

 

Stock: 5

Location: A/T   Difficulty: 2/3/4   Growth: 2/3   Soil type: PGS

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   7442VK     Nijverdal     The Netherlands

 

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