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Linnaea genus (Twin flower). This is one species of evergreen, creeping summer-flowering, sub-shrubby perennial, it produces an extensive twiggy mat. The flowers produced are bell-shaped and have deep pink markings.
Eurasia & N. America
They are very frost hardy, You can plant it in a cool, moist area with loose, acidic peat soil and partial-shade.
You can propagate by rooted runners in the spring, by softwood cuttings in summer or by seed in autumn.
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