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It is a tender perennial in this country but is easily raised from seed each year-if you want to take cuttings and over-winter them you will need to protect them-do it around August/September time
As a new gardener I found this article just the thing I needed. Many sites and magazines seem to be for established gardeners and sometimes don't give the basic info. How often do you water? from the bottom or the top? I planted some seeds this year which came up and then died off again. Quite disheartening really but I'll keep trying.
I can't find the video break23 - there is one for semi ripe cuttings with (I think) Chris Beardshaw, was that it? If so it mentions penstemon and 'anything you think won't survive the winter like pelargoniums and salvias...'