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Re: Introduction and Question

Hello Diana,

Welcome back,

I think zone 5 is too cold for most erodiums. I advice you to grow them in
containers in a sunny place and store these containers in a greenhouse
during the winter. Even an unheated greenhouse gives them a lot of
protection. Erodium chrysanthum is one of the most hardy erodiums.



----- Original Message -----
From: Diana Pederson <euphorbia@MICHCOM.NET>
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2000 11:09 PM
Subject: Introduction and Question

> Hi:
> I'm back after a long period off the list.  Was the original listowner
> for the igsrobin.  Life has taken many difficult turns for me.  Am
> recovering from a complete knee replacement and facing the fact that I
> may be  unable to work the rest of my life (unless I find an
> internet-based job).  Gardening is a chore rather than complete
> pleasure.  Had to hire help this summer since digging with a shovel is
> impossible for me now.
> I have two erodiums which have survived this past winter and bloomed
> their heads off for me.  Am interested in finding out what other species
> may survive my winters (Zone 5, -20F).  Suggestions would be welcome.
> Do erodiums do best in full sun or partial shade?
> --
> Diana Pederson, Ingham County, Michigan, Zone 5, United States
> Enabling Garden Bookshelf:
> http://www.suite101.com/articles.cfm/enabling_garden
> Join the Lewisia discussion group:
> http://www.egroups.com/group/Lewisia-l

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