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Polygonum (syn. Fallopia)

Rhizomatous perennials grown for their foliage and flowers. Usually, they have arching stems, and linear to ovate, parallel-veined leaves that turn yellow in autumn. Flowers are mostly pendent, tubular to bell-shaped, mostly white or cream, sometimes purple-pink, with green markings, being solitary or in small clusters. Flowers usually followed by berry-like, spherical, red or black fruits. Good for borders, woodland or rock gardens. Best in full or partial shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soil.

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    Polygonum baldschuanicum (Mile-a-minute plant)
    Polygonum (syn. Fallopia)
    • Usually Flowers : June, July, August, September
    Very vigorous, deciduous woody-stemmed twining climber with rounded triangular leaves. Drooping panicles of tubular, pink-tinged white flowers produced from summer to early autumn. Ht.15mt.(50ft.). Grow in full sun or part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Very tough.
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