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'Glauca'

An old cultivar name, now best considered defunct, at one time applied to plants with a blue hue to their foliage. Whether this name was applied to particular clone, or to any seed-raised plants with good blue foliage, is now irrelevant, as it has been superseded by several named clones with excellent foliage colouration, including ‘Karl Fuchs’ and ‘Verticillata Glauca’. (Auders & Spicer 2012; Hatch 2018–2020).

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