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propagating perennials: Chiastophyllum oppositifolium “Jim’s Pride”-Golden Lambstill
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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Chiastophyllum oppositifolium “Jim’s Pride”-Golden Lambstill

Spring 2012 is just around the corner in many Southern states and those in the Northern half well they could be still shoveling snow. Pity. The first plant in 2012 to propagate is Golden Lambstill which is a native of Armenia or the old Russia. If you can use your imagination it can be similar to Euonymous “Emerald Gaiety from a distance because it’s growth is rhizomatous so it is easy to divide however in early summer. It is evergreen that doesn’t mind full sun as long as the soil is moist and well draining and it is also a succulent. It is hardy from Zone 5, extra protection, to 9 and reaches a height of 4-6" and it’s flower blooms in late spring to early summer and is yellow.

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