U.B.O. Unidentified Botanical Object II

Forgot the name and could not find it quickly within the internet

Forgot the name and could not find it quickly within the internet


My talent in the art of plant identification is really poor, I have to admit. Two more pictures after the fold.
Looks a bit mediterranean, doesn't it?

Looks a bit mediterranean, doesn’t it? The picture I mean, not the plant


The rhododendron does not look very healthy.

The rhododendron does not look very healthy.

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3 thoughts on “U.B.O. Unidentified Botanical Object II

  1. deamentiaemundi Post author

    Florescences would fit, but the colour is too purple for the A. x arendsii variants I know of and the form of the leaves do not fit exactly.
    My first guess was Aubrieta x cultorum (common names are purple rock cress or lilacbush for Aubrieta deltoidea the basic for most of the garden variants). It is also not a 100% fit from what I found with the help of google’s picture search, but florescences and colour fit better and the leaves of some of the variants fit quite well.
    What do you think?
    Oh, and b.t.w.: as you might have found out yourself already but let me add the slight hint for all of the others reading here that it might be a good idea to read all of the post before commenting. It is rare but it might even be necessary to mouse-over the pictures to see the whole…uhm…picture đŸ˜‰

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