Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Commelina erecta angustifolia.
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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This species is not very winter hardy, the roots are best dug up in autumn and stored like dahlias in a cool frost free place being planted out in spring. When grown in a light well-drained soil and mulched well, the roots usually survive the winter outdoors.This plant is possibly no more than a narrow-leafed form of the highly variable C. erecta.
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