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Re: Butterfly population

>... queen's wreath [Petrea volubilis] is
> still blooming. That's been at least three months of sprays of purple
> flowers. Amazing.

a comment from much further north about long bloom times.  I can't
understand why I've never seen Silene 'Clifford Moor' on a 'best plants to
grow' list somewhere.  It's been blooming now for 2 full months.  The
variegated foliage is beautiful without blooms and it also seems to be
evergreen.  Great plant if you can find it.


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