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Amicia zygomeris - 2018


By Andrewr

Amicia zygomeris - 2018 (Amicia zygomeris)

Distinct perennial from Mexico, growing to eight feet or more in a season. The strange purple leaf stipules are attractive, then yellow pea-type flowers appear in autumn. Sheltered position in full sun and well-drained soil - too much moisture in the winter is more of a problem than cold

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Andrew have you tried digging a piece off the root and growing it on , I did ,you may know or not we moved house in January I hated leaving my Amicia behind so took a chance on taking a piece off the root with me , it's grown brilliantly well and has flowers its about 2ft tall , I'll leave it in its pot this winter and then plant it out next spring ..

8 Oct, 2018


That a pretty flower.

8 Oct, 2018


That is unusual and rather eye catching.

9 Oct, 2018


A tall one...

21 Oct, 2018

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