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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.  

I also have a very pitiful little 'patch' of MAGARHEE that I move around
every few years trying to find a place it might like well enough to grow and
bloom.  It has put up a struggle, but mostly feeds the bacteria all its new
growth.  I may try Kristin(?)s technique of planting it under a roof overhang
to keep most of the rain off.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA

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