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WANTED: Salvia x jamensis 'Sierra de San Antonio'

Posted by freshair2townsquare 8a, DFW (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 11, 08 at 23:12

Just discovered this variety and I am totally in love! I'm building a butterfly garden, transitioning my yards to native plants, it blends perfectly with my home's brick, and San Antonio is my ancestral home . . . I've just got to have some of this!

I am actually quite new to salvia, so my collection isn't very impressive. I only have:
x jamensis "Fuego Red"
x farinacea "Victoria Blue"
x farinacea "Evolution"
. . . and I haven't yet harvested the seeds.

But if anyone has "San Antonio" and would like to trade, please let me know.

~ Amy

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