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Re: Re: jasmine

In a message dated 02/09/2003 4:26:58 PM Central Standard Time, 
jsinger@igc.org writes:


I've had one of these for a few years now.  It spends summers in the yard and 
winters being abused by the kitty cats.  It does smell wonderful I live in 
zone 7A, and my Confederate Jasmine thinks my winters are a little cold.  It 
really does great in zone 8 (Coastal South) and all right in 7B.

zone 7
West TN

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