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A priceless mid and late summer flowering plant, with crowded spikes of deep purplish red flowers above a low bush of aromatic sage like growth.
Germander, Wood sage
Teucrium hyrcarnicum (Germander). These are evergreen or deciduous shrubs, subshrubs and perennials, which are grown for their tubular flowers and aromatic foliage. They are fully to half hardy and will need full sun and well drained soil. You can propagate the shrubs and sub-shrubs by softwood or semi-ripe cuttings in the summer, perennials by seeds or by division in the spring.
They are marginally frost hardy, and prefer light, well-drained soil with sunny conditions. You can propagate the shrubs and subshrubs from cuttings in the summer, the perennials are propagated by division in the autumn or from seeds in the spring.
Grown for their flowers, foliage (sometimes aromatic) or habit.
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