Anagyris or "Oro de Risco" (Gold of the Rocks) as it is locally called, is a beautiful, yet threatened woody, semi-evergreen shrub with ornamental terminally born clusters of large, bright golden yellow flowers and fresh green trifoliate leaves. They are easily cultivated as pot plants in any humus rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot. Keep frostfree in winter at a minimum of some 5°C in full sun with watering reduced to a minimum.
Sow the large, violet-black seeds flat in any rich, well drained, slightly sandy to rocky soil at some 20°C throughout the year. Keep seedlings very sunny, especially in their first winter.
7 large seeds per package.
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