This indestructible plant will grow in sun or shade cope with drought and the roots of the most vicious kinds and can be grown as a sprawling shrub, a trailing wall cover, a climber or a standard. It is particularly good thrown up through the lower branches of an uninteresting tree trunk. It produces its bright yellow scentless flowers throughout winter on its bare green stems and lasts well as a cut flower. What more could you want? I have plants in 6″ pots for $18.50
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