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Purple Perilla for Back Lights

Posted by bakemom z6 Ohio (My Page) on
Wed, May 19, 04 at 20:34

I had a great time winter sowing purple perilla and have a few sprouts left over. Anyone use purple perilla as a foil for the whites?

I'm aware of the fact these things re-seed with vigor-but what the heck! - once you know that you can control it. And hey, it's better than losing a much loved plant to a crummy winter.

What purple plants do you use if any?


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RE: Purple Perilla for Back Lights

Hey Bakemom! Boy! Us wintersowers can do all sorts of gardens huh? I see us scattered all over various boards! What is Purple Perilla? The name sounds lovely!

MK


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RE: Purple Perilla for Back Lights

Hi there! Hey, it's all good! It's a plant grown for purple foliage - very vigorous re-seeding annual. Here's the link:

Here is a link that might be useful: Purple perilla


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