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Devil's honey Overview
A medium-sized rounded shrub with narrow, lance-shaped dark green leaves with a central vein. The flowers, which appear in mid-late Spring, are honey scented with yellow-brown bracts. These are followed by small wart-like seed pods. This fine plant is a cross between E. mellifera and E. stygiana.
How to propagate Devil's honey
You can propagate by basal cuttings in the spring or summer, by division in spring or early autumn.
Seeds in the autumn.
Other uses of Devil's honey
Grown for its flowers which are great in borders. Suitable for coastal conditions.