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Plants are only hardy in the milder areas of the country, tolerating temperatures down to about -10°c. It is probable that the plants may require winter protection with dry leaves or bracken. Bulbs are sensitive to transplanting and may take several years to establish. The bulbs should be planted with their necks above soil level. This conflicts with another report which says that they should be planted quite deeply in the soil. Only plant out good sized bulbs and do so at the end of May. Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer or rabbits.The flowers emit a sweet, somewhat spicy odour which is especially pronounced at nightfall.
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