Cistus salviifolius cultivated in the nursery industry, and grown in gardens and public landscapes, often for its drought-tolerant and pollinator habitat attributes.
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... grandiflora to Britain in 1726, where it entered cultivation and overshadowed M ... Towards the northern limit of its cultivation, it may suffer dieback from very hard freezes, but weathers normal freezes well ... will bronze, blotch, and burn in severe winters at the northern limits of cultivation, especially when grown in full winter sun but most leaves remain until they are replaced by new foliage in the spring ...
... Kunzea pomifera was grown in England in 1889 ... It was one of the first species of Australian plant introduced into cultivation in England ...
... Grevilleas hybridise extremely easily in cultivation ... this has resulted in a huge number of named Grevillea cultivars ...
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