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question about planting Eryngium

 
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Hi everybody. I just discovered for myself a variety of Eryngium which is native to America
It is called Eryngium yuccifolium. I was just wondering if anybody knows if it can be grown
in Southeastern europe.
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It should do fine in areas like Spain, Portugal, Southern France even, just not in the Alpine region. The upper range would be the N50 degree latitude, the lower end would be N30 degree latitude.
 
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