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Cytisus 'Mrs Norman Henry' Overview
This genus of blooms range from being tall and upright to prostrate. Some of the species have well-developed, narrow leaves. All of the flowers have pea-shaped flowers in small, profuse clusters.
Common problems with Cytisus 'Mrs Norman Henry'
How to propagate Cytisus 'Mrs Norman Henry'
You can propagate the species by basal cuttings in the summer.
Seeds in the summer.
Other uses of Cytisus 'Mrs Norman Henry'
Grown for their abundant, pea-like flowers. These are very attractive to bees. Summer interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.