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Perennials: Agastache & salvia

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Riverview, FL
(Zone 9b)

February 28, 2007
7:36 PM

Post #3234967

I love agastache and salvias

I am in hot and humid Florida zone 9b
I have been growing agastache tutti frutti for almost 3 years now. I love it. It was given to me as a bonus plant in a order a few years ago. And out of all the plants from that order, I like it the best!
I have tried a few other no-named agastaches, but the have not done as well.
Though I am searching for some that do.

I have a few different Salvias, and I lost the names to them. But I really like them.

I am looking forward to trying more things in my garden this year!

(Zone 9a)

February 28, 2007
9:50 PM

Post #3235486

It's good to hear that agastache can survive Florida in zone 9. I've gotten five plants, hoping they would be okay.
Wilmington, DE
(Zone 7a)

April 10, 2007
7:14 PM

Post #3376936

Salvia coccinea does well in your area, and is probably a perennial there. Salvia subrotunda should do ok too. They are all fun to grow, enjoy!


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