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Response to Denninmi (Reply #1)

Sun May 27, 2012, 07:27 PM

3. I didn't get one. But I was admiring them. They have a spicy smell, sort of like eucalyptus



but the flowers do resemble the buddlea (which also came in from two growers.) This variety was more blue than violet, and very attractive in a Mediteranean sort of way

I fight for sun in my shady place, and I have been lucky to acquire many free plants because of my work and from friends - yesterday planted some cool prickly pear from another nearby mountain - so I don't think I have a place for it. I'm still too poor to buy one anyway, but I admire all the uses of it and I'm a sucker for blue blooms.

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