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Re: Companion Plants--Salvia n. 'Mount Fuji'

I sent this to Pixlist last night. It is filed as " Companion Plants--Need ID
and Sources".
The plant in question is Salvia nipponica 'Mount Fuji'. I was just in contact
with Robyn Duback and she sells it thru her nursery, Robyns Nest in Vancouver
WA. $8.00 per plant!
This is a MUST!! It is hardy here in zone 5. Robyn, is it hardy in zone 4?

To order eee Robyn at robydub. 

I am always amazed at the great varietal forms of the genus Salvia. (I am a
reverse snob and thus refer to them as "sages.")
If you want image of this one, eee me and I'll send!

Clyde Crockett z5 ccredux@aol.com Indianapolis IN
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