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Plants are not very cold-hardy, tolerating temperatures down to about -3°c. They can succeed outdoors in the milder areas of Britain, but they are best grown in a cold greenhouse in this country. A polymorphic species.This plant was possibly formerly cultivated for its edible root by the Maoris, the root grows larger under cultivation.
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