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Re: Peonies for the South

In a message dated 05/16/2004 7:20:11 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
holmesbm@usit.net writes:
> I think it depends on what zone in the South.  We have numerous peonies
> that do well here...zones 6 &7.  Also, Blue Skies and Miss Kim lilacs can
> take the heat.  Other lilacs will grow but often subcome to pests.
> Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN

Bonnie, the Florida panhandle would be zone 9.  Many things that you can grow 
in Tennessee will not grow there, most especially lilacs, peonies and tulips. 
 Some of these I had never even seen until I grew up and moved "up north" to 
North Carolina.
I had to learn to garden all over again when I moved to New York - it's a 
different world in more ways than one.

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