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  • Re: Christine Yeo Salvia
    • Ward (Login WardDa)
      Hummingbird Member 2005
      Posted Mar 14, 2012 6:34 AM

      Wasn't the Agastache you planted right at the beginning of the median Coronado Red? If so it is doing fine. Kate divided up some of the seeds she received from Robin and sent them to me. There were a couple of Penny's Smile which I guess would be ex Penny's Smile. I can have a plant or two if you would like to try it. In the next couple of days I will take additional cuttings, Pam might want one too.
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