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Division in early spring. This has to be done with care because the plant resents root disturbance. Try to obtain divisions from around the edges of the plants without digging up the whole clump. Tease the divisions out with as much root on them as possible and pot them up. Grow them on in light shade in the greenhouse until they are rooting well and plant them out in the summer.Cuttings of greenwood with a heel in the summer.
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This species is not hardy in the colder areas of the country, it tolerates temperatures down to between -5 and -10°c.Established plants resent root disturbance.
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