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Pineapple sage

Mine has been gone for about three weeks, but it was lovely before it went.
One of my favorite herbs.  It roots very easily and I have carried it over in 
the house a few years, but it is a real magnet for white fly, so I decided
not to do that this year.  Too many houseplants anyway.

In a message dated 12/06/2004 9:47:50 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
tchessie@comcast.net writes:
Mine actually blooms more in winter than in summer.  The hummingbirds 
are very happy about this, since they don't have as many flower choices 
in winter.


gardenqueen@academicplanet.com wrote:

>My pineapple sage is still blooming too.  Hard to believe.
>Pam Evans
>Kemp, TX
>zone 8A

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