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Re: Digitalis ambigua

Zem, these are true perennials, unlike the purple ones.
I don't know if they would grow there, but it can't hurt to
try.  I'll save some seeds for you - about another month
before they are ready.  Remind me. 

In a message dated 07/02/2005 8:10:26 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
Auralie, do you think it would grow in this hot and steamy climate?  I'd 
love to have some seeds.  I have tried on several occasions to grow the 
plants that are in the nurseries, but they never reseed.  I know they are 
bienniels, but some of my friends have them return year after year.

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