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aubrietia

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any trailing purple-flowered plant of the genus Aubrieta, native to European mountains but widely planted in rock gardens: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
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After flowering, trip alpines such as mossy saxifrages and aubretia to encourage fresh growth.
To keep basket-of-gold, candytuft, common aubretia, moss pink, rockcress, and other low-growing, spring-blooming perennials full and compact, remove spent blooms and an inch or two of growth.
A Here are some plants that are good for butterflies: spring nectar: aubretia, alyssum, blackthorn, bluebell, bramble, clover, cuckoo flower, dandelion, field scabious, forget-me-not, hebe, honesty, ox-eye daisies, pansy, primrose, sweet rocket, violets, wallflowers.
Topspeed Dave Edwards Aubretia (8.00 Redcar) Has blossomed recently.
"I'LL TAKE A SANDWICH TO WORK, and that's about it," says Aubretia Edick, who is 58 and works in the pharmacy department of a WaI-Mart in Hudson, New York.
Q I have a wall covered with aubretia but they are getting untidy.
"Aubretia" ydi'r planhigyn, a'i enw yw "Dr Mules Varlegata".
| Aubretia - looks pretty tumbling from walls or sprawling across with its vibrant blue and purple flowers.
An allied corvette Aubretia had spotted the U-boat's periscope and the hunt was on.
John Jameson, by email: Nothing beats aubretia in purple and wine.
Small whites head towards sweet peas, primroses, marigolds and aubretia. All of them are partial to catmint, phlox and nasturtiums.
Possibly the most stunning alpine plant to enhance your rockery, border edge or planter is Aubretia Kitte, a little beauty, absolutely smothered in rich purple blue flowers, that captivate the eye.