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Gillenia Trifoliata







The Three-Leaved Gillenia is a hardy herbaceousperennial which is very useful as a cut flower for the decoration of vases, etc. It should be grown in large clumps, delights in a deep, moist soil and partial shade, and may be propagated by dividing the roots early in spring. It lasts in bloom from June to August. Height, 1 ft.





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