Gardening Directory

Anthyllis Montana

A fine hardy perennial for rock-work. It is of aprocumbent habit, and has a woody nature. A vegetable soil is best suited for its growth, and its roots should be in contact with large stones. It may be increased by cuttings taken in spring and planted in the shade in leaf-mould. It flowers at midsummer. Height, 6 in.

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