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Re: Root beer

Sassafras is native to east Tx. too.  Grows in sandy soils, so surely  should 
grow in Florida (if it isn't native there also).   I've  personally not grown 
it, but many do without problem with heat, etc.
Confusing....at first when I saw "root beer" ...my first thought was  with 
the invasive Hierba de Santos, Piper auritum.  I thought, oh my  gosh, it gets 
to be a tree!!!  Then I read further. Never  mind....
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 9/19/2006 11:02:25 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

We were  just talking about root beer, and today Megan, the 
> postalperson,  delivers the September/October AG with sassafras foliage 
> all over the  cover. Anyone grow this pretty little  tree?

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