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Anyone be able to ID this plant?

Discussion in 'Alpine Gardening' started by kindredspirit, May 29, 2015.

  1. kindredspirit

    kindredspirit Gardening around a big Puddle. :)

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    Sorry about quality of photographs. :(

    I was given these two identical plants by a neighbouring former who said he found them growing soiless on top of a limestone boulder.

    There were roots on each plants but the depth of roots were the same depth as blotting paper! I planted them into a soiless mix of lime dust and water. The resultant mix was just like concrete but they're growing!!! and going to flower!

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    Anyone know what plant they are? I looked up alpine sites, etc but can't find anything close.
     
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    Similar to Wall Pennywort, but the flowers have a longer spike on that :scratch:
     
  3. kindredspirit

    kindredspirit Gardening around a big Puddle. :)

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    That's it, Zigs. Wall Pennywort. It's only just started to throw a flower shoot. Thanks.
     

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