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RE: zones

Hi folks!  The AHS list wouldn't send this so I'm using CHAT.  
Hi Godi,
I believe that can be explained by the fact that I live on the Long
Island Sound which moderates the temperatures on the shores of LI.  On
the USDA Plant hardiness Map you can see how Long Island is a different
zone than the rest of the state.  LI is the states largest grower of
ornamental plants (with NYS being 6th in the nation).
Here is a link to a hardiness zone map:  
Long Island, NY
Zone 7

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