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Canarina canariensis

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A drought tolerant perennial rambler. It grows best when planted in open shade of other bushes that offer it a structure and support through which it can climb. It flowers in late Winter and Spring on top of the supporting bush and then dies away in summer. It will grow up to 3m long stems, producing large orange bell shaped flowers. Canarina dies back to below ground level in summer, re-sprouting from its tuberous root in autumn. Once it has died back the dead foliage disappears quite quickly and is soon covered by the new Spring growth of the shrub. The foliage is surprisingly light and delicate, the stems being hollow, so it soon breaks up leaving little evidence of it ever being there. A nice seasonal addition to the garden.

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