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CULT: SP: Dietes in TX

In a message dated 8/22/00 10:11:36 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
tgreaves@primeco.com writes:

<< Donald Eaves asked if the Dietes came from TX.  No, I got them from a lass 
 Orlando, Fl.  She claimed that they were good from zone 7 and warmer.  >>

     I don't think they would do in Zone 7 unless overwintered in a 
greenhouse.  I know all of mine that were not in very sheltered areas killed 
to the ground this past winter, with 33 Freezes and a coldest of 18 F.  They 
did come back, but were obviously not too happy about what happened.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida      USDA Zone 8b

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