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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Omphalodes cappadocica-Navel-seed

Propagating Navel-seed is accomplished in the spring by digging up the rhizomes that spread underground and rooting it either in a medium separate from the plant or allowing it to spread off from the parent. It grows upwards of 6-10" and can either be used as an edging plant or in a rock garden since its blooms of blue or white tend to be profuse. It will bloom through most of the spring and can be used as a cut flower and is rabbit resistant. Hardy in Zones 6-9 but it prefers cool summers so plant in a windy location in partial shade, truley a woodland plant, in hotter zones in well draining soil. It is native to Asia Minor.

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Walker said...

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