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- Height: Flowering stems to about 15 cm high.
- Leaves: Lobed, with five leaflets. Leaves are bronze-tinged and rolled lengthways when young, expanding and turning pale green with maturity.
Easily raised from seed. Very hardy. Successful in open, well-drained soil. Grows well in unheated glasshouses.
Gymnospermium derived from Greek, meaning 'naked seed'. Albertii is named for Johann Albert Von Regel, collector of the type specimen and son of the author of the species, Eduard August von Regel.
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