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Hybridizes freely with other members of this genus. Plants take a year or two to become established after being moved. They increase by means of runners and form loose spreading clumps[K]. The roots are not swollen. Plants seem to be immune to the predations of rabbits. The plants are very susceptible to slug and snail damage, the young growth in spring is especially at risk.The fragrant flowers are very short-lived, they open in the late afternoon and die in the morning. However, plants produce a succession of flowers for several weeks of the summer, each scape carrying between 4 and 20 blooms.
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