Name: Gentiana alpina
Synonyms: Gentiana acaulis ssp. alpina (Vill.) O.Bolos & Vigo
Distribution: S.W. Alps & W.C. Alps, C. Pyrenees, S. Spain (Sier
Description: Leaves usually c. 1 cm, suborbicular. Calyx-teeth usually about 1/2 as long as the tube, ovate, narrowed at the base. Carolla with green spots in the throat; lobes obtuse, usually rounded
Altitude: 2300-3000m
Size: 8cm
Color: deep blue
Bloom: late spring
Cultivation: acid, good drainage, humous soil
Propagation: seeds, cuttings