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Gunnera - unknown (probably G tinctoria) - 2 gal

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Description

Gunnera tinctoria Gunnera Flower Color Green. Greenish-yellow, tiny. Flower Shape and Structure Notes. Cone shaped inflorescences to 4 feet. Flower Size Less than 1-inch Bloom Time April, May, June, July Foliage Leaf. Giant, spiny and sharp edges. Bark/Stem/Bud Thorny/Prickly Fruit/Berry/Seed Orange Plant type Deciduous, Perennial Habit and Form Spreading, Clumping Height 4-8 feet Spread 8-16 feet Light Requirements Part Sun/Part Shade, Full Sun Soil Conditions Acid. Permanently wet. Additional Comments Notes. Giant plant. One plant has up to 250,000 seeds. Invasive in New Zealand. Giant leaves prevent other vegetation from growing. Suitable for bogs, water gardens. Horticultural Uses Specimen

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