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Mitraria coccinea Search For :   Tel: +44 (0)1403 891 412
Mitraria coccinea
Description: Evergreen, woody-stemmed, scrambling climber with oval toothed leaves. Small, tubular, orange-red flowers are borne singly in leaf axils, during late spring to summer. Height 2 metres. Partial shade and well drained acidic soil.
Ultimate Height: 2.0 meters after 10 years
Flowering Period: This plants flowers in the North Hemisphere around dark green leaves
Availability:  YES this item is normaly in stock, but due to exceptional demand or propagation difficulties there may be a temporary shortage.
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Hardiness
UK Zone
2
RHS Zone
H (Fully Hardy)
EGF Zone
H3
US Zone
8A
Min Temp
-12C (10F)
Hardy outdoors in milder parts of UK (such as Cornwall, Argyll), southern Ireland, most of California, also west Vancouver Island, Canada, most of New Zealand, Tasmania. amaged in severest winters. Often early into flower and growth. (Please note.)
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