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Robin's website

Posted by RobinMi UK (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 2, 05 at 7:49

Two new pages have been added to www.Robinssalvias.com and more will follow soon.

Robin.


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  • Posted by Cait1 VIC Aust (My Page) on
    Sun, Oct 2, 05 at 10:17

THANKS, ROBIN!!


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Great stuff. I'd been wondering about Freda Dixon for awhile. There are a lot of pineapple sage fans out there that are tired of its late bloom - this may be the answer. It may have to go into my hummingbird garden at a local nature center, replacing the standard pineapple.
I've got a strange pineapple seedling which sprouted between the standard pineapple and a guarantica Black & Blue. Unlike the pineapples I've grown this one lacks any fuzz on its stems or leaves, less even than the guarantica. Since it is only 6 inches tall, it'll be next year before I know whether it's worth keeping.


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I can't seem to use this website. Everytime I try it grabs my Mac and does strange things until I emergancy-restart my whole machine. What gives?


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  • Posted by Skrip z9/sun19/SoCal. (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 4, 05 at 13:40

Great site Robin, I love the info on each species. Simple and to the point.


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maybe you need Java script


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I never stop looking at it...
-The Other Robyn


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Wardw, save the new plant for ID and send in an image of the flowers. Does the seedling have scented leaves?


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