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Re: Russian sage - invasive?

In a message dated 6/1/05 6:01:35 AM, gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

<< I gave up on Buddleia too Andrea.  My soil is too rich.  They like a

lean sandy soil like Pat has across the street. >>

Pam, we do not have lean sandy soil and they do very well in our area.  I 
have heavy amended clay.  The first one (Black Knight) I purcashed from Wayside 
at a premium but was not available in our area then.  It has survived 14 yrs & 
a couple of moves.  The other one is Pink Delight and is a few yrs younger.  
Maybe your dry spells are not agreeable.

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