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    Can we grow foxglove trees here? It says zone 5 and I think we are zone 4, just wondering if anyone has one growing.

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    lizzard, i hve never heard of a foxglove tree, do you have a link to check it out? i love the flowers of the foxglove, i would love to see what a foxglove tree is.

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    very interesting. by the description i dont think it would grow in our climate, but if the seeds are cheap you could try it as an indoors tree if you really wanted to. it would take years and years to grow perhaps?

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    I already bought the seeds and didn't realize it was a tree, lol. I'm going to try it either way. I'll have my greenroom set up soon to grow some stuff throughout the winter. That website link I gave you doesn't have horminium but it does have a bunch of different beautiful Salvia seeds.

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    i know, i looked for the horminum and couldnt find it. i do want to get some. can you send me the cheap seeds with free shipping link again. i lost it when they had that changeover of the pms. thanks.

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    not good to bring rare and exotic seeds.....unless you are sure that it wont produce seeds...they will spread all over and there will be bad times for the ecosystems

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