5 Graines Renouée d'Aubert, Renouée de Chine, Polygonum aubertii
Renoured of Aubert, Renouée de China, Polygonum aubertii |
Fallopia AUBERTII, The Renouée d'Aubert, Renouée de Boukhara, Renouée de China or Vrillée d'Aubert, is A species of woody plant of the family of polygonaceae, sometimes cultivated as ornamental plant, particularly suitable for covering pergolas of medium size (Only one foot that can ultimately serve as a sun visor for 25 M2 or even more in favorable conditions). Originally from western China, it was introduced by George Aubert in France from 18991.
It is a climbing semi-line, with cordiform leaves, with pinkish white flowers in loose pannicles. The branches are glabrous and red then green. Certain stems of this Liane can reach or even exceed, in one or two seasons, a length of 15 m.
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