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Experiences with Agastache Acapulco series?

Posted by blooming_annie z 8/9, Chas, SC (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 26, 06 at 8:38

Hello everyone! I read on another thread someone's rave reviews about this particular agastache for the humid hot south and wondered if anyone else has had any experience with it? I'm wanting to plant LOTS of them and would love to know if they work before I invest the dollars.

Thanks!


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RE: Experiences with Agastache Acapulco series?

Annie,
I have not grown that series of Agastache, yet,
but can vouch for the purple blooming A. 'Tutti Fruittii'. Mine is still in blossom due to this warm winter. All of the southern surviving Agastache's should be grown in the same manner as Salvias. Don't cut them back until spring. Grows easily from seed.


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RE: Experiences with Agastache Acapulco series?

VERY easy to grow from seed!


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