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Salvia seeds

Posted by robinmi UK (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 20, 09 at 17:49

I hope to have seeds of many Salvias, some rare species, at the beginning of November. Contact me via my site
www.robinssalvias.com

Robin.


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Hi Robin,

I'd be interested, thank you! Will you be posting a list there, or should folks just send you a wish list? My list would probably be too long... Though, I am indeed running out of space. Seems I can always tuck in another salvia somewhere; I think it's starting to drive my non-gardening husband mad. :)

-Michelle


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While we're on the subject of seeds... is it worth trying to collect them from S. elegans? The calyces are so tiny; I'm not really sure if there any in there!


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Seed list will be sent separately. The link on my site to contact me is broken currently, please email me directly to info@robinssalvias.com then I can add your name to the list which should be available early NOvember. Easier for me if I have all names in one place!

Have hardly ever found seeds on elegans here, it flowers too late. But you should find some in CA.

Robin


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I too would be interested in Seeds, don't know which ones yet, but it is an offer that does twist my head.


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2012-2013 list should be ready in 2-3 weeks.


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Me too, Robin. It's been a rough year in the southeastern USA, with that ton dsy plus of 100 degree plus (F) temperatures. Good summer growing did not start for me until mid-September, and still many sages are late to bloom.

My regla forms are just now hitting their stride, about 5 weeks late. Ditto with the involucratas. Strangely, the hot and early spring seems to have brought better bloom this year.


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