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Although not hardy outdoors in most of Britain, the plant has a fleshy root about 30cm below the soil surface and this can be stored overwinter in a greenhouse or frame, replanting it in May. One report says that the root can be left in the ground in the very mildest parts of Britain. A climbing plant, supporting itself by means of tendrils. The greenish-white flowers are powerfully scented.Dioecious, male and female plants must be grown if seed is required.
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