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Jon Curtis: the Perovskia is Filigran. This selection has a more refined upright character than the species.
   
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Appylvr: CA like all regions in the world have a beautiful spontaneous landscape. Seeing what thrives regionally and in climates that similar around the world can go a long way in accessing how to create a harmonious place to live.
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Great article and insights.

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