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While at my mother-in-laws she wanted another plant dug up and removed. I don't know what this is called but it bushes out beautifully and comes back each year with pretty red flowers. The main roots are kind of tan in color. I have several rooted pieces for sase or trade. Whichever. Again I just could not let it die too. jcf
ALL PLANTS NOW PROMISED BUT SHOULD HAVE SEEDS OR SMALL PLANTS IN FALL. THANKS EVERYONE
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