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Holboellia






HOLBOELLIA LATIFOLIA (_syn Stauntonia latifolia_).--Himalayas, 1840. An

evergreen climbing shrub that is more often found under glass than out

of doors. In the South of England, however, it is quite hardy against a

sunny wall. It grows 12 feet high, with shining green leathery leaves,

and fragrant purplish-green flowers. H. latifolia angustifolia has

decidedly narrower leaves than the species, but is in no other way

different.






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