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Plumbago evergreens

Plumbago evergreensPlumbago are pretty evergreens will grow in any soil, and can be propagated in September by cuttings of half-ripened wood having a heal, planted in a sandy soil, and kept near the glass in a greenhouse. They flower in June and their height is about three feet.

Plumbago Occidentalis is a charming greenhouse climber. Plumbago Capensis Alba is a greenhouse evergreen shrub, flowering in November, and growing to a height of about two feet.

Plumbago Larpentae is good for a sunny border, in light soil: it bears terminal clusters of rich violet-purple flowers in September. Their height is about one feet.

A Plumbago requires very little attention in winter.