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Re: Where is everyone?

For what it's worth, Bay is a dominant shrub on Assateague Island in 
Virginia.  I'm not sure what zone that is, but it does have cold winters.
We once saw snow there on our Easter visit.  The bays there are 
really magnificent - lining the roadways.  
In a message dated 11/12/2008 5:32:54 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Bay is hardy there?   I never planted one because I didn't think they were
hardy in zone 8A.   Hmm, I put something else in that spot of course (a
small viburnum) but may have to rethink the bay idea Daryl!  Thanks.

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