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Posted by tomatopicker z9FL (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 25, 06 at 22:55

Just to let those know out there - I have this year's crop of coral vine seeds. A real bee attractor. Just need a SASE. I'll seed you about 20 seeds so that you are successful with germination. When you email me for my address, I email photos and instruction sheets. I should have some evergreen wisteria seeds soon. Green all year with dark purple flowers/fragrant.


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I have never heard of an evergreen wisteria but I suppose it could be in Florida. I am wondering if it will remain evergreen in zone 7?


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  • Posted by amyta z8 mid GA (My Page) on
    Sun, Nov 12, 06 at 10:48

I'm in Zone 8 and mine does pretty well here. Sometimes it looks a little limp but the old foliage pretty much stays green. I'm very pleased with mine. It's a member of the pea family and doesn't take over like real wisteria. I have mine growing on a box made of trellis over my electrical box which was such an eyesore in my front yard. I found mine a couple of years ago as a 3 gallon plant at Home Depot or Lowe's...can't remember exactly. Google it and you'll get the scientific name and other particulars.


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I would like some coral vine seeds. I had some a couple of years ago but they didn't grow for some reason I cant remember now. But would like another try at them.
Cathy
email on its way


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Hope I'm not too late for the evergreen wisteria! Just sent you an email.
Deb


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