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Is anyone growing this? I bought it at a local nursery. The plant tag showed it to be one of the "Plants That Work" line from Novalis and gave cold hardiness as 5-9. It also said "Another wonderful selection from Plant Haven." However, a look at the plant at the Plant Haven site says only zone 7. The tag says of the exposure: morning sun to part shade, while Novalis says full sun to part shade. Who should I believe?



This particular nursery guarantees their plants for 2 yrs and happily gives credit for dead plants, so I'm saving the receipt on this one. Actually, I bought it as a replacement for another dubious purchase from the re - Alstromeria 'Glory of the Andes'. It was worth a try, but not hardy here.

neIN, Zone 5
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