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An obscure, old clone, first described in 1867 from the garden of Dr Turrel in France. As its name suggests it makes a narrow, upright plant, less densely branched than typical. Hatch notes it is very variable in ultimate size. (Auders & Spicer 2012; Hatch 2018–2020).


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