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Common Name: Tapeworm Plant
Plant Family: Polygonaceae
Season of Interest: All year roundSun/ Shade: Sun to Part ShadeScent: No ScentHeight: medium (up to 6 feet)Hardiness/minimum temperature: Tender (plus 5 to 10 deg. C.)
A strange, gangly, plant with distinctly flattened jointed stems, giving rise to its rather unappealing common name of ‘Tapeworm Plant’. The leaves and flowers are small and undistinguished, though small red fruit may be produced. Definitely a plant for the conoisseur.
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