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07/13/2015

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Jeanann

And where might one find said Clerodundrum? Plant lust :)

Karen

Jeanann - it's sold at Merrifield. Call to see if they have anymore before you go. (703) 968-9600

Casa Mariposa

I don't think I have many odd things in my garden. I suppose it's a bit pedestrian. But I do have a fabulous stand of silene regia 'Prairie Fire' that I love as do the hummingbirds. That musical note plant is very cool! Too bad it's not fragrant. How odd. ;o)

Karen

It really is odd about the clerodendron, I've stuck my nose in it at various times, early mornings, late night - nothing! Usually it's a moth with a long proboscis and they do appreciate scent. I will look up your silene, not one I know.

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