Me too??? Please "Eyes".
The smell of it and Marigolds for some reason jerk my memories back to my childhood.
Any root vegetable grow in Hale County also does this and blooming cotton too.
Little Mini trips back to Texas.
I have two in one gallon containers that I bought last year, and decided not to plant. I'd be more than willing to trade them for a CA plant indicative to your area!
Let me know!
Two California plants that I've been on a hunt for are distictis laxiflora and distictis rivers...
I am in zone 8. (With shredded leaf mulch, and bark mulch on top of that, I am zone 9/10, lol...)
I really have zone envy(lol), and frequently am able to push my zone by mulching and/or planting near a warm brick wall, and such...
With things WAY beyond my reach, I plant them in the ground, inside my greenhouse...
The d. rivers, is more beautiful than the laxiflora, in pictures, but the vanilla fragrance of the laxiflora makes it just as(or even more) appealing!
If you do find them for sale, please let me know, and I'll try to arrange something for you, if you'll pick one up for me.
I have a tentative trade right now working for someone willing to pick one up, but the Anderson's she goes to, is still out of them...
are you still wanting the sage? I have two of the silver ones in 3 gallon pots. I would be happy to send them to you.
We don't even have to do a trade. I'd be happy to just get what I paid for them, back. I bought them when they were one gallons, now they are 3 gallons.
Yes I am interested. 3 Gallons though that's a lot of weight to ship. How would you package them? And how would I pay you? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be able to figure all this out.
I was wondering, since you are not asking for anything back, if you would like two or three seeds of Dolichos lablab. They are pretty exquiset annuals. And though I don't have many seeds, I would be willing to send you 2 or 3... they are hardy.