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HAVE: Copper Cups pentapetes phoenicea

Posted by dallasgarden z8 Dallas (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 24, 07 at 21:22

Got a few trades of these scarlet flowers in the mallow family. Last summer they drove a lot of interest during a local garden tour with their dark green leaves and electric red color in the Fall. Looking for some new salvia options or other heat-loving perennials. Searching for salvia digitaloides, salvia frieda dixon, salvia guaranitica (argentina skies or Costa Rica Blue), Salvia SL411 and Yvonne's Salvia...packs of 15 for trade


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RE: HAVE: Copper Cups pentapetes phoenicea

Here's a great picture of this plant. Salvia anyone?


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