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RE: Re: Pam's new pix on the tour/hardy hibs


They are hardy here in zone 5.... but before I say that... which one are
you talking about?

And I would like to mention-- since I keep forgetting too-- the
4o'clocks you sent are blooming! Have been for awhile... I can't believe
it!

Donna

> 
> But I went through 40 cuttings to get two to root!  Oh well, at least
2
> made it.
> And a hardy hibiscus that a friend dug out of an overgrown bed. Anyone
> know if the hardy hibs are hardy up in zone 6 where Jesse is?
> 
> 
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX
> zone 8A

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