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Wild buckwheat Overview
Genus consisting of about 255 evergreen, perennial shrubs and subshrubs, with some annuals and biennials, all from North America. These are grown for their rosettes of hairy, silvery-white coloured leaves and are also known as wild buckwheat. Flowers tend to be white, pink or yellow and created in dense, long-lasting clusters.
How to propagate Wild buckwheat
Seed in spring or autumn.
Semi-ripe cuttings in summer.
Divide perennial root clumps in spring.
Other uses of Wild buckwheat
Grown for their rosette, hairy, often silver or white leaves.
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