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Re: Seeds?

Noreen - all three colors survive here, and it gets a wee bit colder than at
your place.  The fuschia ones reseed w/ abandon, not so much the yellow &
white ones.

On 9/11/10, TeichFauna@aol.com <TeichFauna@aol.com> wrote:
> I've had the Fuschia pink ones for more than 10 years, the white for about
> 5 or 6, and the yellow for a couple years or so.   They all survived  our
> coldest winter in 20 years, this past winter without problem.  I
> was  worried
> to have lost my white and yellow since I don't have as many of those,  but
> all survived.  No new yellow or white seedlings, but lots of fuschia  pink.
> Noreen
> In a message dated 9/11/2010 1:06:14 PM Central Daylight Time,
> andreah@hargray.com writes:
> Noreen,  my yellow ones have gone ballistic. However, I now have white and
> pink but  did not plant those so am assuming they are throw backs from seed
> the  yellow put out. Last winter when I put in the new patio the guys had
> to
> dig  out the dirt around my porch which is where my original yellow is
> planted.  I now have probably 50 more coming up where they dumped the dirt
> in
> the  back of the yard. They are all yellow, but a pink has come up right
> beside  the original and my neighbor, who also did NOT plant any has only
> pink and  white, which we are thinking came from my plant too. I find it
> all
> intriguing, how the plant spreads itself. I do recall it setting a LOT  of
> seed last year. How long have you had yours? Maybe it just takes a  while.
> Andrea
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Pam Evans
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zone 8A

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