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Sea Mist

Posted by gardeningmomof3 z4 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 7, 06 at 13:14

This is Sea Mist. Wondering if any one else has it planted in their garden? Its suppose to be zone 5, so am wondering how it will do over winter.

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Sure is pretty. Wonder what the botanical name is?


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RE: Sea Mist

Is it caryopteris? Beautiful-I am will be interested to see if it makes it through winter for you. If it does-I need one! lol


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I have a caryopteris too, but mine is sunshine blue or something like that. In Melinda Meyers new book she says that even though they are zone 5 she has never lost one. So I am keeping my fingers crossed.


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OOps, my head must be in the sea. Its actually Blue Mist. Caryopteris x clandonesnsis zone 5-9 Full sun, deer resistant, attract butterflies, drought tolerant. Ht 2-3'

Know the bees love it too. :) Hope mine is like Melinda Meyers in that I don't lose it over winter either.


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