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This species is not very hardy in mainland Britain, it succeeds outdoors on the Scilly Isles but usually requires greenhouse protection elsewhere. A polymorphic species. Planted for shelter in Portugal, especially by the coast, and it is locally naturalized there.There is some confusion over this name. Most of the entries on this record were listed under M. serratum, which is listed here as a synonym of this species. However,  says that M. serratum is a synonym of M. insulare, which has been treated here as a separate and distinct species.
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