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Vinca minor 'Atropurpurea' - 2016

AndrewR

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Vinca minor 'Atropurpurea' - 2016 (Vinca minor)

I find the best way to keep these under control is to reduce them to one or two crowns in early spring, removing all last year's growth (including rooted stems)



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amy
Amy
 

They do run away with themselves mine have bloomed most of the winter I made use of the evergreen trailing habit by planting several in tubs & pots last year only to find this spring they've re-rooted under the pots into the surrounding areas under slabs anywhere they can really ,its the next ' to do ' job to sort it out ...

24 Mar, 2016

 

Such useful plants to have around, as long as you do as Andrew advises......

25 Mar, 2016



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