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Plant Identification: SOLVED: Physostegia virginiana?

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Minneapolis, MN
(Zone 4a)

September 21, 2001
3:44 AM

Post #13977

Maybe some kind of cultivar? Or something else?

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Westbrook, ME
(Zone 5a)

September 21, 2001
3:55 AM

Post #131574

Oooooh!! That's the variegated one... very nice! I have that one too but it flops all over. I keep meaning to move to a sunnier spot. I think it's called 'variegata' or something like that.
Petaluma, CA

September 22, 2001
6:31 PM

Post #132518

mmmmmm, what a nice color!!!!
(Zone 4b)

September 24, 2001
5:59 PM

Post #133564

Is'nt that some Hebe specie? Or does it have new botanical name?
Gilmer, TX

September 25, 2001
12:52 AM

Post #133837

I think this is the plant I have blooming now. Would it start blooming this late in Texas? A friend gave it to me, but didn't know the name. Where are the seeds. Mine has spread like wildfire. I've had it about three years and each year I have to find more friends to give the little plants to.

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