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Re: Photo shoot.....four oclocks

Pam, not that odd, I don't think.  The four oclocks bloomed with snow  on 
their heads last winter here.  They are pretty much evergreen down these  parts 
unless we get extreme cold for several days in a row. Usually kills me in  the 
spring to chop them back since many are still in bloom...but just far too  
large for my taste.  One of my favorite plants, although I'm not fond of  the 
seeds going everywhere.  Lots of volunteers.  Anyone want any  fuschia four 
oclocks...let me know.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 11/20/2005 11:02:29 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Most of  the four o'clocks are still blooming despite one good hard
frost. Odd that  is, but welcome.

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