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Re: gardenchat DIGEST V1 #307

Hi Andrea, not really 100% sure what the exact native range is. Haven't had 
the time to go through my notes, etc. from classes to get the info...if I'd 
even find them again. But I do know that it is NOT native to the west of the US 
and Texas.
Many species of flora and fauna are considered native because they've 
naturalized for so long....but really aren't.  

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 6/25/2003 11:09:30 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Introduced in Texas or N America?  I always thought they were natives to the
> south (southeast that is) I love listening to them at night. The pond in
> front of my house has a constant chorus of frogs after dark.
> Andrea H
> Beaufort, SC
> Zone 8b

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