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Re: Lavender

Kitty, I haven't planted this for several yrs but was sure it was classified 
as an annual.  I did a search & found it listed as a perennial  on all sites I 
chkd some listed hardiness zone 5 & others as zone 6 so wonder if this is why 
I thought it was an annual.  Regardless, it never survived for one.  I do 
have the hardy lavender which I had for many yrs but lost a few winters ago when 
so many gardeners in this area lost theirs.
    Just for your infor, as I was doing the search, I found sites on a male 
sex toy known as lavender lady.

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