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Dactylicapnos platycarpa

A particularly unusual, recently named climbing dicentra. Forming herbaceous climbing stems to perhaps 2 to 3m each year, attaching themselves with tendrils and bearing clusters of bright yellow dicentra flowers in summer. Hardiness unknown, so plant in a protected spot and mulch over in winter. For sun or semi-shade, perhaps happier in the latter.

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Dactylicapnos sp. NJM 12.042

From the hill country of Manipur, NE India. Forming herbaceous climbing stems to perhaps 3m each year, attaching themselves with tendrils and bearing clusters of bright yellow dicentra flowers in summer. Should be pretty hardy plant, but mulch over in winter if worried. For sun or semi-shade.

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Dregea sinensis

Dregea sinensis

A lovely sweet smelling thing for a warm sheltered wall or conservatory in cold areas. Stems clamber up to 3m with suitable support and produce long-stalked umbels of deliciously scented, Hoya like, red spotted, white flowers in summer over pale green leaves, felted beneath.

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