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Not totally dry, but recommended for dry shady areas that might only get a little rainfall, suitable for growing in woodland areas, around the edge of dry and slightly moist rotting tree stumps and in the cracks and crevices of walls and rocks, 

Available in 9 cm pots online and from our retail nursery.

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