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propagating perennials: Chrysogonum(Kriss-og-on-um)-Golden Star
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Friday, August 15, 2008

Chrysogonum(Kriss-og-on-um)-Golden Star

Propagating Chrysogonum or Golden Star is simple because it is mat forming perennial so digging up the runners/rhizomes should be done in the spring and depending on the zone it is either an evergreen or semi-evergreen which is great since it will tolerate light foot traffic, grows to a height of 8" and will handle either full sun to mostly shade so it could be used as a filler on pathways. Its yellow blooms flower from late spring to late summer and is deer resistant and will thrive in average well draining soil.

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