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Re: Hypothetical Question

  • Subject: Re: Hypothetical Question
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 10:16:11 -0700

Sandy:  This should cover the subject:
http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/cgi-bin/cliMAIN.pl?catust

And here's a site that gives you more than you probably ever wanted to know
about California climate in all its variety.
http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/narratives/CALIFORNIA.htm

Maria


>Hello,
>    If there was an ideal location for a garden of species pelargoniums
>in the US, exactly where would it be?  I read in one of the back issues
>(and I don't remember where) that at one time it was thought that
>Irvine, California, was an ideal location.  Being a northern California
>person, I don't even know where exactly is the location of Irvine as far
>as weather is concerned.  Just a curious thought.
>Sandy





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