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Re: Re: dragonwing

> However, one of our MGs who overwintered
> DW begonias at home last year stated that she was leaving them in a cold
> stone shed overwinter this year.  We get down to 20 below zero here every
> year, usually only for a few days, but last year it went on for a straight
> weeks.  I just don't think it's a good idea, but I was hoping to find
> something more convincing to tell her than my gut feelings.


The ones I left out last year were compost after 15 degrees.


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