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17 June

Asphodeline lutea
The wispy, delicate looking, glaucous foliage of Asphodeline lutea was the main attraction for me although the blooms aren't too bad either. After flowering it sends more off shoots and the clump steadily bulks up. Occasionally it needs tidying up, removing the dead leaves by combing it with your fingers much like a small grass. Left unkempt, it ends up looking like a clump of chives rather than something much more ornamental than that.


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