Classifieds and Group Buys forum: Redbirds-in-a-Tree Scrophularia macrantha

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Name: MaryAnn Smith
Belton, TX (Zone 8b)
May our gardens be as fertile as ou
Sep 22, 2012 10:33 AM CST
Redbirds-in-a-Tree is a charming perennial native hardy in USDA zones 5a through 10b that is a MUST for Hummingbird Gardens! Once established, this is a hardy, drought-tolerant plant with few pests or maintenance issues.

This plant is often classified as a small decidous shrub, but the plant actually behaves much more as a salvia than a shrub. It is an excellent choice for planting in and among other salvia or well-stemmed perennials such as coneflowers. Stems on the plant are no taller than 36 to 48", but the plant often sprawls more than 8' in a season and provides a long blooming display once established.

SIZE: The plants offered are first-year, well-rooted and blooming in the large plug containers. These are sufficient size to be planted out in the garden or placed into a large container until spring planting.

COST: $16 for three (3) plants

HANDLING: Soil and top-growth will be maintained. Note that the tops of this plant do not travel well, but all efforts will be made to maintain green growth this time of year.

SHIP: USPS Priority and Delivery Confirmation

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Aug 30, 2014 8:47 PM CST

do you still have three of these? I'd be very interested. Would be shipped to NM.

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