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PLANT OF THE WEEK #38: Kniphofia 'Apricot Nectar'
Nov 24, 2020
Q: When is a non-native plant arguably native? A: When it is bred here. Such is the case with Kniphofia ‘Apricot Nectar’. Now before I get all red hot pokered by you lot
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