Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Dichelostemma volubile.
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Plants are not very hardy and may require protection in severe winters. This can be provided by applying a good organic mulch such as dry bracken in late autumn and removing it in the spring. Alternatively, you can cover the ground with a cloche or similar device. Plants are susceptible to rot in wet winters. Plants are often found growing with Rhus toxicodendron in the wild.A very ornamental plant, it can flower in 2 years from seed.
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