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WANTED: Salvia 'Coral Nymph'

Posted by jburesh1388 z8 WA (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 24, 06 at 12:47

Does anyone have seeds for this plant? I grew it last year from one sent to me in a trade and haven't seen any sign of it returning or self seeding. I really liked it and have to have it back!

I have double purple columbine plants, california poppy, mixed unnammed sedum, cornflower 'polka dot' seedlings, arugula seedlings, bright orange calendula seedlings.

Seeds I have are poppy (red, and mix of white, salmon, maroon), clematis, calendula light orange and bright orange, and more if you haven't found anything you like yet.


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RE: WANTED: Salvia 'Coral Nymph'

I grew it from seed last year, and I can't remember if I saved any seeds from it or not :( I'll dig through my seed container and see if I can find any.

Andi


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RE: WANTED: Salvia 'Coral Nymph'

Hello jburesh--I've got about a dozen or so of S. coccinea 'Cherry Blossom' which may be the same thing as 'Coral Nymph'. They are left over from a Kew/Thompson&Morgan seed packet marked for year end 2005.

If you're interested I'd trade them for some clematis seed.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cherry Blossom = Coral Nymph??


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