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Re: Artemesia 'Limelight'


Interesting. I have a customer who is a grower, and is having a hard time
keeping them from being green. So far, your growing conditions, and Ceres,
and Kitty's are all in the same ballpark, with minor variations.  I wonder
what's the difference?


> I'm using it in pots for the nursery this year. It so far is a sprawler,
> which is what the catalog said it would do. mine have not reverted to
> but they are in full sun, all day. The retail nursery owner that's been
> buying them loves them and wants more.

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