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Muhlenbeckia Complexa







A very decorative climber, hardy in nature butrequiring a good amount of sunshine to make it bloom. A well-drained, sandy soil is best for its growth, and it can be increased by cuttings of hardy shoots taken early in summer. Height, 6 ft.





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