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RE: Re: Re: Coreopsis Ruby

My thought is not the zone but the soil. Speaking generally about
coreopsis, they seem to re-seed in sandy soil (nature center) but not in
my clay (home), same zone, about 40 miles apart.  I did pick up an
American Dream at the same Ace Hardware. Actually I picked up quite a
few plants... 


> I checked around a bit and on hort.net's perennials list someone in NH
> mentioned in March that hers didn't survive. Then, our own Theresa,
> 8/9 said that hers didn't either. I'd have thought it would make it
> her. It must survive somewhere for them to have established zone
> at all during the trials and while they were building up stock for the
> trade.
> Kitty

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