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Posted by cuban 11 LasVegas (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 9, 06 at 18:39

Hi, can anyone tell me what the name of the red leafed plant is that is used mostly for landscaping in front of neighborhoods? It seems to flourish in the hot sun, is all red, thin leaves, and seems to flower in red also, but the flower is fuzzy stuff. The height is to about a foot. Haven't seen it at the stores, but would like to grow from seeds. Anyone know?


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RE: Pls help identify...

  • Posted by beca 8b-NV (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 10, 06 at 22:36

I have no idea,sorry. I would have thought it would be easy to figure it out-with the plant color being red. I even tried looking it up in my Dry Climate/Southwest gardening books. Have you tried talking with the people at Plant World? They know "everything"...maybe they can help you out. Good Luck!!!

Beca


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