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Eriobotrya elliptica at Kew

Eriobotrya elliptica at Kew

Curtis' s Botanical Magazine 18(2): 113-117

DOI: 10.1111/1467-8748.00299

The cultivation of the endangered Nepalese plant, E. elliptica, at Kew Gardens, UK, is discussed. This species is considered an endangered species. It is frost-sensitive, and is kept in the glasshouse at a winter minimum temperature of 10 degrees C and a maximum of 22 degrees C.

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