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Re: Now AHS, Was Peonies and Other "Stuff"

On Tuesday, April 6, 2004, at 02:57 PM, Zemuly@aol.com wrote:

AHS says it's only good to 45 degrees F., and we did have a fairly mild
winter. However, it certainly was below 45.

I don't know where AHS got their temperature recommendations from, but most of the ones I've checked--and I don't check them that often--way understate the hardiness of most so-called tropicals. Half the plants in my yard would not survive, let alone flourish, if AHS numbers were accurate.

Island Jim Southwest Florida Zone 10

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