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Basal cuttings in spring[K].Division in spring - very difficult because the plant dislikes root disturbance..
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Plants are hardy to about -20°c. This species is extremely polymorphic, and several varieties and forms have been described in Japan. The many variations in several characters (hairiness, leaf-shape, inflorescence-shape etc.) can be seen in individuals growing intermixed. This species succeeds in a meadow if the grass is not cut until after the plant flowers. Intolerant of root disturbance.The young growth is extremely attractive to slugs, they have been known to destroy even mature plants[K].
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