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As a comment about Texas Betony (Stachys coccinea), ricelg wrote:

I also ended up growing this in full sun. For me, it struggled much of the summer and did not grow extensively. As we've gone to fall, it's perked up a little and has rewarded some patience with some fresh blooms. I probably will move it to someplace out of the direct sun next year.

Chamroeunsok
Oct 22, 2017 9:57 PM CST
hi dear , I want to know some point of Long-day plants and Short-day plants. Could u explain and give example 3 in once for me? Thanks in advance dear.
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