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Re: new purchases


Hi Marge, my Indigofera k. does sucker, not as bad as the Clerodendron, but 
it does here.  I love this plant too, great blooms. 
Noreen
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 2/19/2003 11:02:39 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> >Indigofera kirilowii
> 
> A very attractive little shrub - or maybe I shouldn't say little as
> mine is getting too big for where I have it.  Mine grows in one of my
> raised beds in the paved garden where it gets sun early in the day. 
> Took it a couple of years to decide it was going to be over 3' tall,
> by gum!  I give it a haircut to keep it in bounds, but really ought
> to move it.  Very attractive pink flowers and nice foliage.  I think
> I read that it will sucker, but have not seen much of this behavior
> so far.  

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