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RE: Question about overwintering annuals


Donna, I have it in the back of my head that Salvia Black and Blue doesn't 
set seed. I'll keep an eye on it and find out for myself. It's a spectacular 
plant now, a good 3 ft. across, and just covered with brilliant blue flowers (and 
hummingbirds!)
Maddy

In a message dated 9/23/03 12:02:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time, "Donna " <
justme@prairieinet.net writes:

> Maddy, I do not have that exact salvia, but if you have a gravel area,
> throw some seeds in it. In the spring transplant the babies to where
> ever you want them... Nature did it the first year, and now I have been
> doing it for the last three... and I am in zone 5.
> 
> I am not suggesting destroying the mother plant, but might want to do
> this just in case :)
> 
> Donna

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