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Gentiana verna

Gentiana verna

Belonging to the Gentiana genus, Gentiana verna has a botanical name of Gentiana verna. The botanical name epithet verna means 'flowering in spring'.

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How to grow Gentiana verna

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Growing Gentiana verna from seed

Transplanting Gentiana verna

Common Gentiana verna problems

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Other names for Gentiana verna

Gentiana verna L. [excluded]

Gentiana verna care instructions

How long does Gentiana verna take to grow?

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