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Re: lavendula officinalis question

In Tennessee, it is considered an invasive.

Bonnie Zone 6+, ETN

At 12:40 PM 2/24/03 -0600, you wrote:
> From Donna's post -
> >>  #3 Spring River Nursery? Anyone ever heard of them?
>I saw the same ad in our Sunday newspaper, Donna - Hardy Lavender, 1 for
>$2.98 or 12 for $18.00, "a lifetime of joy!"
>This is the same nursery that advertizes Paulownia tomentosa
>(Scrophulariaceae)- Empress Tree - "a beautiful flowering tree that will
>grow 15 feet in a year" for a very inexpensive price.  It all sounded so
>wonderful I was thinking about ordering several until I got more info from
>the net. Anyone out there have any experience with this tree?
>This is one of many sites that discourage it's use:
>I think Kitty's comment  - If you're getting a lavender, you might prefer
>one of the many cultivars - is probably what I'm going to do instead of
>ordering from Spring River.
>Iowa z4b
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