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Re: Artemesia 'Limelight'

Well, let's hope you don't just have the species...a rampant weed I
have been trying to get rid of for years (AKA mugwort)!  So far
'Limelight' has not spread too much, but it is walking and bears
watching IMO, considering its lineage...

Donna has a good suggestion about doing some searching to see what it
is that you do have.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Daryl <pulis@mindspring.com>
> I don't know. I was thinking it might be light conditions combined
with high
> fertility, since they're using a standard Peters solution in the
> proportioner.  She said she got a few variegated leaves, but the
rest have
> been green.
> Daryl
> > Daryl, we have sold this for 3 yrs in the greenhouse and I have
not heard
> > anyone say it reverted to green.  Could it be a PH problem?
> >     Ceres

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