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This species is not very hardy in Britain according to one report, whilst another says that it is in climatic zone 7 and should therefore succeed outdoors in most parts of this country. However, the leaves and the flowers are liable to be frost-damaged by autumn frosts.A polymorphic species, it is closely related to S. stolonifera, differing in not having runners.
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