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SaxBase: Cultivars from a source: Unknown (UK)

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Bergenia ciliata 'Patricia Furness'  
Bergenia ciliata 'Wilton'  
Bergenia 'Claire Maxine'  
Rodgersia aesculifolia var. henrici 'Castlewellan'  
Rodgersia pinnata 'Buckland Beauty'  
Rodgersia pinnata 'Mount Stewart Form'  
Rodgersia pinnata 'Perthshire Bronze'  
Rodgersia podophylla 'Donard Selection'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Aegilops'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Aureopunctata'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Chamber's Pink Pride'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Chelsea Pink'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Colvillei' <1914
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Dentata' This taxon is illustrated  <1906
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Dixter Form'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Harrow Variety' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so 1933
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Hartside Pink'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Letchworth Gem' This taxon is illustrated   
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'London Cerise'  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'London Pride' This taxon is illustrated  <1697
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Miss Chambers' This taxon is illustrated   
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Ogilveana' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so  
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Prim and Proper' 2014
Saxifraga [London Pride Group] 'Walter Ingwersen' c.1937
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Atrosanguinea'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Aureole' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Avoca Gem' 1966
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Bathoniensis' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1911
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Beauty of Letchworth' <1930
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Black Beauty'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Brightness' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Buff Queen' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1931
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Carnival' 1961
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Cloth of Gold' c. 1930
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Dartington'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Dartington Double Red' <1939
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Dartington Double White'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Ditton Crimson' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1909
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Draycott Beauty' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so 1947
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Golden Falls'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Grace' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Grace' >1980
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Grenadier' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Greystones' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Guardsman' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Harlequin' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Holden Seedling'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Kelmshott'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Kingscote White' c.1934
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Knapton Red'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Knapton White'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Lady Deane' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1909
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Lady Eveline Maud' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so c.1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Miss Britton' c.1933
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Miss Chamberlain'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Mrs E Piper' c. 1930
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Mrs Lloyd Edwards' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1920
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Nona McGrory'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Pearly King' c.1943
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Peter Pan' This taxon is illustrated  c. 1939
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Pixie' 1937
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Rhei' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1889
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Rob Roy' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so c.1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Ruth McConnell'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'S T Wright' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1925
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Seaspray' c.1993
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Silver Cushion' 1980s
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Sir Douglas Haig' c.1926
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Tinkerbell'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Tom Thumb'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Tom's Red'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Twynham Beauty' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'V. A. D.' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Wallacei' <1880
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Wargrave Rose'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Webbiana' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1906
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Wenlock Peach' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so c.1926
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Wenlock Sanguinea' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so c.1927
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'White Empress' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1929
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'White Pixie'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'White Spire'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Wild Rose' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so c.1931
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Witham's Compact'  
Saxifraga [Mossy Group] 'Wolley-Dod' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so 1907
Saxifraga [Southside Seedling Group] 'Slack's Ruby Southside'  
Saxifraga [Southside Seedling Group] 'Southside Star' This taxon is illustrated   
Saxifraga burseriana 'Mrs W H Garwood' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so 1928
Saxifraga burseriana 'Snowdon'  
Saxifraga callosa 'Archfield White'  
Saxifraga cotyledon 'Highdownensis'  
Saxifraga cuneifolia 'Infundibulum' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1915
Saxifraga cuneifolia ssp. cuneifolia 'Lilliput' This taxon is illustrated  2010
Saxifraga exarata ssp. moschata 'Fairy' <1929
Saxifraga fortunei 'Buckland' ?
Saxifraga fortunei 'Sue Drew' ?
Saxifraga oppositifolia 'Ben Lawers'  
Saxifraga oppositifolia 'Compacta' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so pre 1956
Saxifraga oppositifolia 'Dr Jenken' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1931
Saxifraga oppositifolia 'Ruth Draper'  
Saxifraga oppositifolia 'Saint Kilda' 1980s
Saxifraga oppositifolia 'Splendens' <1889
Saxifraga oppositifolia 'Vaccariana'  
Saxifraga paniculata 'Archfield'  
Saxifraga paniculata 'C M Prichard'  
Saxifraga paniculata 'Dr Clay' This taxon is illustrated   
Saxifraga paniculata 'Hartside'  
Saxifraga paniculata 'Hartside Cream'  
Saxifraga paniculata 'Rainsley Seedling' This taxon is illustrated   
Saxifraga paniculata 'Silver Beads' 2005
Saxifraga pubescens 'Snowcap' 1988
Saxifraga rosacea 'Stansfieldii' This taxon is illustrated  <1912
Saxifraga sancta ssp. sancta 'Odysseus'  
Saxifraga 'Aigrette' c1940
Saxifraga 'Blackhouse White'  
Saxifraga 'C F Ball' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so  
Saxifraga 'Cambridge Seedling' <1971
Saxifraga 'Chetwynd' c. 1982
Saxifraga 'Decipiens Grandiflora' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1911
Saxifraga 'Decipiens Lutescens' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so  
Saxifraga 'Doncaster Seedling'  
Saxifraga 'Dorothy'  
Saxifraga 'Expat'  
Saxifraga 'Fergusonii' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1906
Saxifraga 'Florariensis' c. 1937
Saxifraga 'Francis Cade' This taxon is illustrated  <1947
Saxifraga 'Geoffrey Gould'  
Saxifraga 'Knebworth'  
Saxifraga 'Muriel'  
Saxifraga 'Nepalensis' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so <1889
Saxifraga 'Snowdrift' This taxon is illustrated   
Saxifraga 'Spring Charm'  
Saxifraga 'Star Dust'  
Saxifraga 'Waithman's Variety'  
Saxifraga 'Walter Keevil' A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so  
Saxifraga 'Winifred Bevington' This taxon is illustrated   
Saxifraga x anglica 'Clare' 1956?
Saxifraga x apiculata 'Alba' c.1908
Saxifraga x apiculata 'Primrose Bee' late 1920s
Saxifraga x burnatii 'Esther' This taxon is illustrated  <1926
Saxifraga x elisabethae 'Leo Gordon Godseff' This taxon is illustrated  <1911
Saxifraga x gusmusii 'Thorpei'  
Saxifraga x patens 'Elliott's Variety' <1926

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