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looking for Sesbania Tripetii

Posted by cattman z7a GA (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 15, 07 at 15:28

I know, I know...! In a nice warm climate it's weedy and weak-wooded, but outside the Tropics it's a fast grower that can be kept in a pot and will stay in near-constant bloom if you keep it cleared of seedpods.

Anybody know where I could order a few seeds?

Thanks much,

Jack


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RE: looking for Sesbania Tripetii

I may have some seeds later if my tree comes back from the pruning I gave it.


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RE: looking for Sesbania Tripetii

Thanks for that, Bihai; I will keep my fingers crossed!

Best of luck with your garden this year!


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