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RE: Re: jasmine

I now have options I did not have a few years ago. 

I have access to a greenhouse, which I am allowed to store personal
stuff in too.... 

And thinking by next fall, DH will not have any room to sit due to all
the plants in the way... so guessing then I will get a greenhouse here
too :) Noticing that when we are shopping, he always is asking, is that
a plant that can stay out all year? He is noticing :(


> Not that A-Z is always right, but it shows the Star jasmine as hardy
> in Z 9-10.  Maybe you wanted another houseplant, eh?
> Kitty

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