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Anyone growing Hibicus acetosella 'Haight Ashbury'

Posted by rootdiggernc Z-7A NC (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 26, 08 at 14:32

Anyone growing Hibicus acetosella 'Haight Ashbury' this year? If so, where did you find it? That was one of my fav plants last year and I want to either buy one or maybe swap for a cutting if someone has it that's coming to the Raleigh or Triad swap. Everyone that I know of that had one last summer lost them over winter. I want to try to keep one going indoors this winter.

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RE: Anyone growing Hibicus acetosella 'Haight Ashbury'

I have 2 haight ashbury hibiscus. I purchased them from select seeds in early spring. I have just rooted a couple of cuttings if you're interested. I was planning on going to the swap, but that day I'll be coming back from the beach and I know I won't make it in time.
Let me know if you're interested in swaping something for it.


RE: Anyone growing Hibicus acetosella 'Haight Ashbury'

Hey Monica, I don't know if you ever got my email?

RE: Anyone growing Hibicus acetosella 'Haight Ashbury'

Hi rootdiggernc,
I don't think I got your e-mail, but I'm sending you one :)

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