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CULT: a plea

please, please, everybody, remember to always sign your posts and let us
know where you are.  It's no help to say something grows well or poorly
for you if we don't know where - zones are helpful, but a state,
province, or other location is better.  & you never know when somebody 3
yrs from now will be searching for in the Mallorn archives for
information on how a particular cultivar performs in different regions &
will see a post by somebody they never heard of..


Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
in the Great Valley of the Tennessee River, Ridge and Valley Province,
elevation 700 ft, sedimentary shales and limestones, gardening on a
Pleistocene-era colluvial fan of gravelly loam, ~55 inches annual
rainfall, summer highs upper 90's F, winter lows near 0.  Land of
rollercoaster freezes (exacerbated by valley location) and warmth,
drought and deluge, rot and luxuriant growth, joy and sorrow.

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