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Globularia Trichosantha







A pretty dwarf perennial rock-plant bearingpale blue flowers in May and June. It is hardy, thrives in light, sandy soil, and is increased by either seeds or cuttings planted in sand. Height, 6 in. The greenhouse varieties of Globularia grow best in loam and peat.





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