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These are distinctive evergreen groundcovers native to Europe;.
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Minor, hairy margin.
Cultivation and uses "Vinca major" is commonly grown in temperate gardens for its evergreen foliage, spring flowers, and vining habit.
"Flora of Britain and Northern Europe".
Leaves broadest near the middle, the leaf margins glabrous.Minor commonly cultivated throughout the state.There are two subspecies, with geographically separate ranges: Vinca major" subsp.Major, citation: michigan flora online.The closely related species "Vinca minor" is similar but smaller, with narrower, hairless leaves.References * Flora Europaea: "Vinca major" distribution *Blamey,., Grey-Wilson,."New RHS Dictionary of Gardening" 4: 664-665.Gpedia is a registered trademark of the Cyberajah Pty Ltd.Leaf petioles densely hairy, hairs longer.Interpretation, translation, vinca major, taxobox name "Vinca major" image_width 240px image_caption "Vinca major" leaves and flower regnum Plantae divisio, magnoliophyta classis Magnoliopsida ordo Gentianales familia Apocynaceae genus "Vinca" species "V.Species: Vinca minor.The flowers are produced from early spring to autumn, violet-purple, 3-5 cm diameter, with a five-lobed corolla."hirsuta" (Boiss.) Stearn (syn.
Several cultivars are available, with white to dark violet flowers and variegated foliage.