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Unknown plant

Hi Mimi
Yes, the flowers do look like P crispum and also the P x nervosum I have
except that they are paler and the leaves are less "crinkled" than P
crispum.  Also the scent is only faintly lemony whilst the other plants
have a strong scent (grown outside in full sun).  I am inclined to agree
that it is another P crispum cultivar - perhaps under an old name.
Carol Jurd

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