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RE: now agastache

Thanks for the offer Kitty, but doubt I would get around to doing anything
with seeds in the near future with the work schedule, no one to care for
seedlings. Will check around at the nurseries here tho...never know what
will show up as a plant for sale...

> I was generalizing on the common name, sorry.  It is called Korean Mint,
> Korean Hyssop, or Wrinkled Giant Hyssop.  I got the seed years ago labeled
> that way and then when I went to donate it for the seed sale, had trouble
> finding details on it.  However, it seems to be staging a comeback.  I see
> High Country Gardens is carrying it, but they refer to the species name as
> masculine, A. rugosum, and they show it hardy zones 5-9.
> http://snipurl.com/d36v
> However, judging by HCG's description, my seed could have been mislabeled
> as
> my plants are at least 3 ft tall but do look much like the photos.  It
> self
> sows.  I hadn't planted it for years and had been pulling the few
> volunteers, but let this one go ahead last year.  I was quite glad I did.
> I
> loved watching those finches on it.
> I could send you some seed.  The finches got a lot, but I was able to
> collect plenty.  Not as much as other times I collected it though because
> we
> were pretty wet here last fall.
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5

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