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propagating perennials: Dorycnium hirsutum-Hairy Canary Clover
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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Dorycnium hirsutum-Hairy Canary Clover

Propagating Hairy Canary cannot be done by division but plants can be duplicated by seed, cuttings or layering. It is an evergreen woody plant native to the Mediterranean which means hardy in Zones 7-9 in the USA. It will spread up to 36" so it can be used as a groundcover or hanging over a wall. It reaches a height of up to 24", it is drought resistant, and needs full sun. Its flowers are a whitish pink and will bloom in mid-late summer followed by brown seed pods. Its leaves are felty and tinged silver-grey.

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