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Virgilia shrubs


Virgilia shrubsVirgilia are for the most part greenhouse shrubs, requiring to be grown in a compost of loam, peat, and sand. Young cuttings are planted in sandy loam and covered with glass will strike.

The hardy kinds, such as Virgilia Lutea, grow in any light soil, and are increased by laying down shoots in autumn or spring. July is the month in which they flower.

The height of the Virgilia differs from two to twelve feet.