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RE: Dusty Miller


Dusty Millers are annual plants and don't behave as such in the North East.
I have heard that Dusty Millers  grow year round  in the South. Here is a
page about cinerarias ( a fancy Latin name for the botanical group that
Dusty Millers belong to)

Good luck!

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Charles [SMTP:ccloparrino@earthlink.net]
> Sent:	Thursday, June 15, 2000 11:18 PM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:	[cg] Dusty Miller
> Hi!
> I have a plant called Silver Dust (Dusty Miller). It was one two plants
> that
> I purchased last year. One of the plants servived and the other did not
> make
> it ove the winter season. Currently, the plant that servived is growing
> wiled and tall. How and when can I purn it? What is the best way to care
> for
> it?
> Charles
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