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Re: Lemon verbena

In a message dated 03/10/2004 7:42:28 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
hodgesaa@islc.net writes:

> Also,
> does anyone out there have any lemon verbena? I've always wanted to try it
> and no one here seems to carry it.

Andrea, Lemon verbena is a lovely plant - a tender woody perennial. I have 
bought it from Bluestone for many years with good success.  The plants are 
small, but make a good size during the season.  I have carried it over indoors a 
few times, but it is a bit tricky.  In your warmer  climate it might survive the 
winter, but I don't know.  Try it  - you'll like it!.  Auralie

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