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Explore SaxBase: Saxifraga x anglica

Saxifraga x anglica   Horný, Soják & Webr (1974)  

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Rank: Nothospecies Ref: Saxifrages: The Complete Cultivars & Hybrids 2nd ed. Image Gallery
Contained within: S. subsect. Porophyllum  
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Genus Saxifraga sect. Porphyrion subsect. Porophyllum
 
 

Subtaxa: (? indicates doubt over placement, gray links indicate non-accepted taxa)

Saxifraga x anglica 'Amberglow'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Amberine'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Arthur'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Aubrey Prichard'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Beryl'      This taxon is illustrated 
Saxifraga x anglica 'Christine'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Clare'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Cranbourne'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Delight'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Felicity'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Flamenco'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Grace Farwell'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Harlow Car'    ? This taxon is illustrated 
Saxifraga x anglica 'Jan Amos Komenský'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Jan Hus'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Myra'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Myra Cambria'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Pearl Rose'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Peggy Eastwood'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Quarry Wood'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Seville'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Sunrise'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Sunset'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Trunio'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Winifred'      This taxon is illustrated 
Saxifraga x anglica 'Brenda Prichard'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Brilliant'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Desire'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Elysium'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Exquisite'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Prichard's Glorious'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Priory Jewel'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Sparkling'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Valerie Keevil'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'W Reeves'     A green dodo means this taxon is extinct or probably so
Saxifraga x anglica 'Cerise Gem'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Cerise Queen'     
Saxifraga x anglica 'Serpellana'     
Combined Species: (? indicates doubtful parent)
Saxifraga aretioides  This taxon is illustrated
Saxifraga lilacina  This taxon is illustrated
Saxifraga media  This taxon is illustrated
Synonyms:
No synonyms

 

Cultivar Parent: (? indicates doubtful parent)
Saxifraga 'Cambridge Seedling' ?
Saxifraga 'Camyra' ?
Saxifraga 'Rosemarie' ?
Saxifraga x megaseaeflora 'Mrs Gertie Prichard'  This taxon is illustrated
Saxifraga x megaseaeflora 'Robin Hood'  This taxon is illustrated
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