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Happy New Year!

Posted by robinmi UK (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 31, 09 at 18:10

Just to wish all Salvia lovers, families, partners, and friends, all the best for 2010.

Sincerely, a very cold London.

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RE: Happy New Year!

Thanks and the same to to folks on the other side of the Pond!

RE: Happy New Year!

Yes, Happy New Year to you all! I hope for no more frost this winter. :)

Just returned from a stroll in Tilden Botanical... I didn't realize that Salvia apiana blooms could get so TALL (well, they were seed calyces).


RE: Happy New Year!

Happy New year to you all...... from a gloomy Clovis, California.

RE: Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!! from sunny but chilly Phoenix!

Kevin : ])

RE: Happy New Year!

Hi Robin

A Very Happy New Year to You and Peter.

Just about 3 weeks ago I was enjoying my Salvias - mostly undamaged by any frosts - thinking I might still have them looking great for Christmas. How wrong was that!


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