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Unexpected survivors

May 16 2017 at 8:41 PM
Ward  (Login WardDas)
Hummingbird Moderator 2005

I was ripping out dome dead crowns of plants grown from Salvia Allegria seed Kate gave me last year. Two were not so dead they were sprouting from the base and also from some spreading roots. Allegria didn't do well in mid summer heat and humidity but here they are. One more try.

This gets added to list on unprotected returns: Vermillioaire; David Verity; Mexican Petunia; and shockingly Amistad.

 
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Penny
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Re: Unexpected survivors

May 17 2017, 5:51 AM 

Ward stated: This gets added to list on unprotected returns: Vermillioaire; David Verity; Mexican Petunia; and shockingly Amistad.

Wow! Lucky you Ward,! Even thou we had another very mild winter, we had more rain than snow so I think I may have lost a lot of my Agastaches and some greggiis. Not seeing much returning yet. Even some of my coral bells took a hit from staying too wet.
Penny
N.Ton.,NY
USDA hardiness zone 6a
Heat zone 4
Sunset zone 39
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