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Re: terms

Thanks for the extra input.  One of our MGs submitted her collected seed for
our sale and I make the labels.  Besides desc, germ, and cult info I like to
put some xtra tips if there's enough room on the 1 x 2.6 inch label.  BTW, she
had labeled it Argentina Salvia, but fortunately had also described it, so I
was able to come up with Salvia argentea which is Silver Sage.  Nothing at all
to do with Argentina, but this person is notorious for
close-but-mis-pronunciation.  I checked back with her and she "oh, yeah,
that's right, I think."


On Wed, 8 Jan 2003 13:11:48 EST Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 1/8/03 10:44:52 AM,
> kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:
> >
> Kitty, this plant, salvia argentea, if  not
> allowed to bloom will respond as 
> a perennial.  I have grown this for the foliage
> value only.
>     Ceres

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