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Re: Zones


wjobe wrote:
> 
> Nicki Shay wrote:
> >
> > "When you are making a success of something,
> > it isn't work.  It's a way of life! "
> >
> >           A Wise Old Bird
> >
> > >
> > >  Richard in Delaware is trying to determine an accurate zone for his
> > area, and I have had the same problem!
> >
> > Zones - seem to be non-standard.  There is a zone for AIS membership -
> > but that is not the Zone I need.  I need the Zone for the Puget Sound
> > Area, State of Washington - for planting, etc.
> >
> > Organic Gardening has a Zone map - but the colors used are so vague, as
> > not to be discernable, and the Zone they give if you could see the
> > colors, is the same as the southern portion of the U.S. - so something is
> > scewed!
> >
> > HELP.
> > Thanks, Nicki
> Hi,Nicki,
> You might check with your local nurseries, they would know.
> Leslie

Yes, or call your County Agricultural Extension Office.  Beth





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