Asphodeline genus (Jacob's rod). These are perennials with thick fleshy roots. The leaves are narrow to spear-shaped and bright-green. The flowers are upright spikes which will bloom yellow, pink or white in the summer. They are frost to half hardy and will require sun and not too over-rich soil. Propagation is by division in early spring, taking care not to damage roots, or by seeds in the autumn or spring.
Perennials or Biennials, Fragrants
Division in early spring, taking care not to damage roots, or by seed in autumn or spring.
Slugs and Snails could cause some damage.
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