Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Commelina elliptica.
Medicinal uses(Warning!)There are no medicinal uses listed for Commelina elliptica.
Division in early spring. Make sure that each portion has at least one growing bud[111, K].Cuttings during the growing season. Very easy.
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Plants are hardy to about -10°c if the roots are protected from freezing. The roots are best dug up in the autumn and stored like dahlias in a cool frost free place. When grown in a light well-drained soil and mulched well, the roots usually survive the winter outdoors.This species is closely related to C. tuberosa.
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