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Seachanger wrote:
Your garden sounds even better than last year, must be lovely with all those Salvias with their dainty flowers, each one so different.
I was given a cutting today of a Salvia named S.wageriana x karwinskii......I hope that is right.
I checked this site out quite a good one.......

My new Salvia if it grows, is a cross between 2 pinks and the flower is very long...
I was in a tiny local nursery and I found a Iochroma grandiflora purple in an overgrown pot for $7.50 and some very pretty Salvias, that I didn't have........The nursery owner offered me the cutting as he didn't have any in I have 2 very long bits....
Jean, this passion that I have for Salvias partly your

This is my favourite rose, I have had it in all my gardens, generations grown from the original......
Cornelia......a wonderful, small, rambling Tea rose.

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