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At 05:50 PM 11/28/96 -0700, you wrote:
>I found at least one southeastern grower who has not been able to grow
>SOSTENIQUE in our climate.  So that makes two failures out of two attempts -
>not very encouraging
 For the record, I have tried to grow both SOSTENIQUE  and MAGHAREE here in
middle Tennessee, and I lost both of them.  They definitely did not like it
Julie Allen, Sparta, TN zone 6 

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