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Inter-nodal cuttings of greenwood, 5 - 8cm long, May/June in a frame. Quick and easy, a high percentage take[78, K]. Overwinter in the greenhouse for the first year and plant out after the last expected frosts. Inter-nodal cuttings of half-ripe wood, July/August in a frame. Very quick and easy, treat as greenwood cuttings above[K]. Cuttings usually succeed at any time during the growing season[K].Division of tubers in the spring. Dig up the plant as it comes into active growth and pot up the tubers with their growing stems. Grow them on in the greenhouse until established and plant them out in early summer.
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This species is only hardy in the mildest parts of Britain, and even there it can be cut back by frosts. Plants have a tuberous rootstock, and if cut back by frost will often regenerate from the roots. The roots can be dug up and stored overwinter in a cool dry but frost-free location and then planted out again in the spring. Plants tolerate being left dry and leafless in the winter. Plants seem to be immune to the predations of rabbits. A good bee plant.This species is a parent of many ornamental cultivated greenhouse varieties. Plants are very susceptible to whitefly.
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