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Re: Patsy's Plant

In a message dated 98-09-01 15:45:01 EDT, you write:

<<  Trandescantia=Setcreasea is hardy down to 0 degrees (F), >>

It is NOT hardy here in Z5 in Mass. It is defititly a house plant. I grew it
for years in my nursery. Clyde is correct, there are hardy, and invasive ones,
but this is not one of them. Suggest you double check some books on Setcreasea
purpurea before you plant outside  in ground.

Barbara Jones
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