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Re: Re: Pam's new pix on the tour/hardy hibs

Most interesting, Ceres.  I bought 'Black & Blue'  this spring;
couldn't resist and was planning on leaving it in the ground and
crossing my fingers.  Had not heard that it makes a
tuber...hmmm...may do a bit of poking around to see what's down

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> Pam, this made me think of an item of interest I heard the other
day from a 
> radio gardening show broadcasted from the Ia St fair & talking of a
salvia that 
> was used in the MG garden.  They said Salvia guaranitica 'Black &
> developes a tuber that may be overwintered.  Anyone tried this or
have knowledge of 
> this.  Which then makes me wonder if van houttii does also.
>     Ceres

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