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Re: OT: Butterfly Attractors

From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> I did not see the first post on this one but based on the above it sounds
> much like Verbena bonariensis, now, according to Christopher Brickell in
> Gardener's Companion, p.123, properly known as Verbena patagonica.No one
> calls it that, though This is a semi-tender perennial from South America
> has become naturalized in many places. Tall, to perhaps five feet. Airy.
> Skinny but wide branching. Narrow dark green leaves with serrated edges.
> square in section.

     Possibly, but I am not sure.  I may try to find out at a local seed
store, or possibly from a Ranger at Rainbow Springs State Park.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.

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