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WANTED: Looking for Mexican Flame vine and Sunflower-Tithonia

Posted by graanieb 9, Louisiana (My Page) on
Wed, May 7, 14 at 15:40

Happy Spring everyone.
So far, I have fresh seeds of Salvia Coccinea "Lady in Red" and "Coral Nymph" from plants that reseeded themselves from last year, butterfly and hummingbird magnets, plus Japanese Plum tree seeds Loquats), requires no grafting to bear plums.
Wanting : Mex. Flame vine, Mex. Sunflower "Torch"-preferably shorter variety and Impatients other than red which are our favs- ab. 2 in across and darkest red we've seen, think they are called Flavours Hybrid Strawberry from Burpee..need to find out who I traded em with and thank her.
take care...Bea


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