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Re: Finding your USDA zone

>jwallen@BLomand.Net wrote:
>> There is a USDA zone finder site on the web at the Virtual Garden.  It has a
>> very long URL.  It uses your zip code to find your zone in North America.
>> It also has the Sunset Western zones.  If anyone does not have access to the
>> Internet and would like me to check on your zone for you, e-mail me
>> privately and send your zip code.

	Julie is right - not everyone that has e-mail has Web access....

	When I went to the Virtual Garden to check on my Zone, I was sur-
	prised that it was correct as Zone 3 but then the blurb said it was
	found in Northern Vermont, Maine, Southern Canada & Alaska....

	Between Vermont and Maine lies another place called New Hampshire
	and our Zone 3 isn't even indicated even though it is fully 1/4 of
	the state.


	Ellen Gallagher

	Ellen Gallagher				"Summer gardens bloom glorious
	e_galla@moose.ncia.net			in winter dreams."
	Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
	Zone 3


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