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A very old name, first used c. 1866, applicable to plants of semi-dwarf, spreading habit (Auders & Spicer 2012). Even if it was ever intended to be used for a specific clone, the original has probably been superseded by more modern selections, including ‘Emerald Spreader’, Feelin Blue’, ‘Golden Horizon’ and ‘Prostrate Beauty’.


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