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RE: TB: Edith Wolford or Jurassic Park (or something else)?

Char wrote:

"Hi Dave,
Where do you live?"

I'm in central New Mexico about 20 miles se. of Belen in Valencia County.
It is an area of desert grassland with a few scattered Juniper, and
assorted scrub, yucca, cacti, and brush, but mostly just wide open
grassland at the sw. base of the Manzano Mountains.  Elevation is roughly
6000 ft, but I don't know exactly, perhaps a tad lower.  USDA Zone 7b/8a

Right now I'm sitting at the Rio Grande Botanic garden in Albuquerque where
I work.  In the city, but used to be desert scrub, it's somewhat drier,
colder and a bit hotter both, at about 4800ft, and in USDA Zone 6b/7a.
Zones in Albuquerque range from 6a to 8a depending on local conditions, but
overall climate and plant response is similar through the city.


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