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An old clone, introduced by Cripps & Sons Nursery, UK, in 1875. It is descrbied as a narrowly upright plant with striking silver-blue foliage, but is nowadays probably confined to a few old collections and no longer in commerce. (Kr├╝ssmann 1985; Auders & Spicer 2012).


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