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Rhodiola rosea

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By Siris


Rhodiola rosea (Rhodiola rosea (Kingscrown))

I think the rosea name comes from these developing buds, which I've never noticed before. The flowers are an acid green colour. The plant is a succulent.



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wow that is very interesting to look at. Not a plant I know.

18 Mar, 2021

 

SBG, there is a pic in my linked File of it in flower 21April 2019.
To be honest I thought I had lost it as there was nothing showing until recently and I thought it remained evergreen last year. I did take a cutting last year and kept it in the conservatory, but it's died. I've just re researched it, comes from Arctic regions so I probably got it too hot?

18 Mar, 2021

 

I’ll be hoping it manages to survive for you, Siris. Interesting plant.

18 Mar, 2021

 

I shall look forward to seeing it in flower :o)

18 Mar, 2021



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