alpines

[ al-pahyn, -pin ]SEE DEFINITION OF alpines

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They almost alarm me when I am dividing violas, and trifling with Alpines.

Many, too, are rare species in both countries and are often alpines.

They almost alarm me when I am dividing violas, and trifling with alpines.

As to the Alpines of eastern and central Europe, the Slavs, the case is somewhat different.

In all his life, naturally, the president of the Club of the Alpines had never set foot on a glacier.

But, on the whole, alpines do not do as well here as in England, where the summer climate is not so hard on them.

Most alpines and low-growing stuff will bear light rolling after the frost has unsettled them.

This, let me here state, will be found generally the right stuff for alpines and rockery plants.

Where alpines are grown in pots this should form one, as it makes a charming specimen; the drainage should be perfect.

At one moment the host, composed no doubt of Alpines and Mediterraneans, thinks of revolting.