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WANTED: Purple Garden Phlox

Posted by april_h_o Z6 Nashville (My Page) on
Wed, May 17, 06 at 15:32

Growing up here in the South, everyone called them July Beauty, but that is not an actual cultivar name. If anyone has any of the regular purplish garden phlox, the tall ones that smell so awesome and are mostly carefree, please bring me one. I think they would look awesome with my orange 'ditch' daylillies. :-) And I miss that smell.

Thanks! I have a trade list, so feel free to peruse it so we can work out an exchange for the Middle TN plant swap this weekend.


Here is a link that might be useful: My Exchange Page

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