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Usually when I see button chrysanthemums (the most common kind) and Michaelmas daisies (Asters) labelled as annuals, which they are not, it's because they've been treated with carvacrol (C6H3CH3(OH)(C3H7)) or phosphon-D (tributyl-2, 4-dichlorobenzylphosphonium chloride), or a similar dwarfing agent. Of course, this treatment doesn't last forever, so when ...


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First of all, this is definitely not a lavender, but the related Russian Sage, Perovskia atriplicifolia secondly, this is a cold-hardy perennial plant, not suitable for growing indoors. The growing points on your plant are extremely etiolated, and the plant is showing signs of overwatering. Plant it in the ground as quickly as possible, in a sunny patch of ...



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