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Name: MaryAnn Smith
Belton, TX (Zone 8b)
May our gardens be as fertile as ou
Oct 4, 2011 6:21 AM CST
|This plant is also called Incense Bush or Sweet Almond Bush, referring to the intense fragrance of the white blooms. Hardy in zones 8a to 11 and is often evergreen in mild winters...At maturity, the plant grows 6' to 12' with long, arching branches...Bloom begins in late spring and continues throughout the season often through October. Once established, the Almond Verbena is drought-tolerant and excellent in a xeric setting and is a critical plant for any Butterfly Garden.
The plants for sale are: One-gallon (Well-rooted, one year old plants)...$8
Well-rooted plants in 3" plug size...............2 for $8
Shipping within 7 working days of payment via Paypal...USPS Priority to anywhere within the continental USA.
Grower's Surplus: Available only until October 31, 2011
WaWa's Girls, LLC...http://www.wawasgirls.com
...Specializing in Native and Drought-Tolerant Species...Certified Butterfly and Hummingbird Garden
Oct 8, 2011 6:39 PM CST
|I have this and it's a fabulously fragrant plant!
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