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Pachyphragma genus. This is a genus of perennials with rosettes of basal leaves, they are often grown as ground covering under shrubs. There fully hardy and should be grow in moist soil in sun or partial shade. You can propagate by division or stem cuttings in late spring or by seed in the autumn.
Suitable as ground cover under shrubs.
Division or stem cuttings in late spring or by seed in autumn.
Slugs may be problematic.
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