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propagating perennials: Myrrhis odorata-Sweet Cicely
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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Myrrhis odorata-Sweet Cicely

Propagating Myrrhis or Sweet Cicely should be attempted in the spring or fall by digging up the clump and dividing the into transplants with ample root systems. Sweet Cicely gets its name because its fernlike leaves give off a strong aroma that smalls like sweet licorice and blooms in May/June with large umbels of white flowers. It prefers a moist soil in either full sun or partial shade, is deer resistant, reaches a height of 36"-48" and is deciduous.

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