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Re: website

Donna, you remind me of a question I wanted to ask the list.  Does 
anybody know when Denver's last frost date is?  Somebody wants some and 
I told them they had to wait until them.  Don't want to deliver a 


Donna wrote:

>Ya know Rich, I bet we could over-winter them indoors even in our zone
>cold... of course David would prefer us to buy new ones every year
>OK... so when is the mail order to zone cold gonna start? How much are
>those babies going for at the Show? Maybe we can get Theresa to pick us
>up some and ship them here?.. Of course she would have to keep them for
>a month or so, cause they would die on the trip here now....
>>Richard, for you they are hardy in z5...you just have to buy a new one
>>after each winter!   ;-)
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