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Buddlea
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Iris)
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Bignonia (Trumpet Flower)







This is admirably suitable for a southwall, but it requires plenty of room. It is propagated by cuttings placed in sand, or by cuttings of the root. These should be planted out in the spring, or autumn will do if they are covered with a hand-glass.





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