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Amicia zygomeris (close-up) - 2014

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Amicia zygomeris (close-up) - 2014 (Amicia zygomeris)

Flowers at last! Perennial from Mexico for good soil in a sheltered position in full sun. Although it will take a degree or two of frost, the top growth is usually killed off during the winter but grows six feet or more during the season. Apply a mulch to protect the roots from heavy frosts. The yellow pea flowers are carried in the autumn.



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Worth waiting for , Andrew .
It does well to survive , doesn't it ?

16 Oct, 2014



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