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Re: Questions again Rebloomers for Zone 9.

Sonya:  It is my experience that rebloomers from hardy zones do fairly well
in zones with little winter weather. The converse is definitely NOT true.
However, you will probably just have to try some to be sure. I can also admit
that the  remontants from Zone 4 and 5  may not have as beautiful flowers as
those of the remontants from Zones 8 & 9.  But their hardiness ( 4 & 5) is
more important for me in a zone 8 climate, because we have lots of rain plus
heat, a fertile breeding ground  for iris troubles.  Lloyd Zurbrigg  Durham

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