Ramonda genus. This genus consists of evergreen perennials which are grown for their rosettes of rounded, crinkled hairy leaves and for their flowers. They are fully hardy and will prefer shade and moist soil. Propagation is by rooting offsets in early summer or by leaf cuttings or seeds in early autumn.
Perennials, Evergreens, Herbaceous
Grown for their rosettes of rounded, crinkled, hairy leaves and for their flowers. Useful for rock gardens and peat walls.
Rooting offsets in early summer or by leaf cuttings or seed in early autumn.
Very susceptible to slug and snail damage.
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