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Thursday, 6 February 2014


Lewisias are small, colourful flowering plants which are native to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Named after the US explorer Lieutenant Meriwether Lewis, these plants are wonderful for providing colour in rock crevices in a cool climate.

Lewisia cotyledon 'Elise' shown here’ flowers in the first season without a cold period and can be used as an annual for rockeries, beds and containers. ‘The plant’ starts flowering 4-5 months after sowing and is a sturdy plant with attractive fleshy, succulent leaves with flowers all season long in shades of pastel pink, rose, salmon, orange, white and yellow, and bicolour patterns.

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  1. I don't think I know these little cheerful ones:)

  2. a new one to me; how very pretty

  3. Beautiful picture of the pretty flowers! Thanks for hosting this nice project and happy evening.
    Greetings & Wishes to you Wieczora (◔‿◔) | my photoblog

  4. Beautiful collection of lovely coloured flowers.

  5. I am so happy to learn the name of this plant! Just yesterday I was at the NW Flower & Garden show in Seattle and took photos of two different ones, and now I know their names! Thanks!