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Correa Cardinalis







An evergreen greenhouse shrub. Place in equalparts of sand and loam, and propagate by cuttings, which should have plenty of room, as they are liable to damp off. July is its flowering season. Height, 4 ft. C. Magnifica is also a capital plant.





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