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Small genus of 10 species of biennial or woody, evergreen perennial plants which produce panicles of yellow or white flowers early in summer. Their natural habitat is mountains in Central and Southern Europe, in Russia and also Turkey. Thus this genus does well in rock gardens, in dry, well-draining soil and will spread in clumps.
Common problems with Aurinia
How to propagate Aurinia
You can propagate by softwood and greenwood cuttings in the early summer.
Seeds in the autumn.
Special features of Aurinia
Other uses of Aurinia
Grown for their grey-green foliage and showy flower sprays. Is suitable for rock gardens, walls and banks.