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Alpine garden: An alpine garden is a domestic or botanical garden specialising in the collection and cultivation of alpine plants growing naturally at high altitudes around the world, such as in the Caucasus, Pyrenees, Rocky Mountains, Alps, Himalayas and Andes.

  • also known as Alpinum

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Google previewGarden History Reference Encyclopedia

Historic books etc on garden design and landscape architecture by Tom Turner

Alpine garden A garden used to grow Alpine plants (though many of them do not come from the Alps). Rocks are often used in Alpine gardens and can help ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cremation (2016)

by Lewis H. Mates

The Horder Alpine Garden at the southern end of the garden was laid out in 1999 ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Vienna (1999)

by Peter Csendes

/ Brahms, Johannes the garden an alpine garden was laid out, the oldest of this form in Europe. Another Botanical Garden is to be found in the park of Schonbrunn Palace (q.v.), laid out by Heinrich Schott in 1 848; a Tyrolean Garden ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Border Plants (1999)

by Hanneke Van Dijk

Verlag Eugen Ulmer Zander, Handworterbuch der Pflanzennamen, Verlag Eugen Ulmer Various magazines and periodicals: Gartenpraxis, Groei en Bloei, The Garden, Dendroflora, Succulenta, Alpine Garden Society, Scottish Rock Garden ...

Google previewAn illustrated Encyclopaedia of Gardening (2015)

by Walter P. Wright

Alpine Garden and Plants.—See Flower Garden—Rockery. Alströmeria.—See Bulbs. Althaea, Mallow (althä6-a, from altheo, to cure. Ord. Malvaceae). —A useful genus, which includes the popular Hollyhock, A. rosea (see Hollyhocks).

Google previewThe Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women (2006)

From the Earliest Times to 2004 by Elizabeth Ewan, Sue Innes, Sian Reynolds

In 1962, the Rentons were jointly awarded the Lyttel Trophy, the Alpine Garden Society's highest award. Dorothy ...

Google previewThe Canadian Encyclopedia (1999)

by James H. Marsh

including Nitobe Memorial Garden, Lohbrun— ner Alpine Garden, Asian Garden and BC Native Garden, operates a program of plant ...

Google previewChabers 21st Century Dictionary

</ There was an alpine garden with sea-pinks, saxifrages , ...

Google previewLandscaping Lexicon (2012)

by Manuel Horiot, Alexandra Massat

Alpine garden Ancient garden Botanical garden Classical garden Community garden Contemporary garden Pleasure/ornamental garden Rock garden/rockery ...

Google previewLexikon — Landschafts- und Stadtplanung / Dictionary — Landscape and Urban Planning / Dictionnaire — Paysage et urbanisme / Diccionario — Paisaje y urbanismo (2013)

Mehrsprachiges Wörterbuch über Planung, Gestaltung und Schutz der Umwelt / Multilingual Dictionary of Environmental Planning, Design and Conservation / Dictionnaire multilingue de planification, d’aménagement et de protection de l’environnement / Léxico multilingüe de planificación, diseño y protección del medio ambiente by Klaus-Jürgen Evert

e alpine garden [s] (In Europe, rock garden in an alpine or in another cold climate area, where alpine plants are cultivated for scientific study and public enjoyment; in U.S., a. g. are accessible in national parks for scientific study and public ...

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