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Re: Hakonechloa

Yeah, that's what I've always heard about it too, in fact it isn't even  sold 
or mentioned in gardening down here......just thought perhaps someone had  
tried to hybridize or create (like so many other plants often are) a new variety 
 that stretches the limits in zones.  Just thought I'd ask.  Haven't  found a 
Peony either yet that will grow down here, but they keep bringing out  new 
varieties that are supposed to be more heat tolerant......just not  for 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast   
In a message dated 1/15/2006 11:02:29 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Noreen,  I never tried to grow it in Beaufort and was under the impression 
that it  was too hot. I suspect Houston would be the same. But hey, it's 
worth a  shot.

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