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Re: 'endless summer' hydrangea

I picked up a 3 gallon size at one of our better nurseries for $40 for the
display gardens. Then not long ago I spotted them at Meijer's for much less,
but a 2 gallon.  They're just about everywhere if they haven't been snatched
up and this means the price can be all across the board too.
I think the > comment of "It is usually hardy here in our zone 5".... is
just playing it safe.  A lot of places guarantee their plants but they can't
be sure the buyer will treat a Hydrangea properly.  They do need protection
to some degree and if someone plants it out where it's hit full force by
wind over a cold winter in Z5, I suppose they could lose it.  But we know
you wouldn't do that.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2004 9:15 PM
Subject: [CHAT] 'endless summer' hydrangea

> Wondering if anyone has purchased 'endless summer' hydrangea yet?.. or
> even better had access to it previously.
> I would love to get one and even have a space, but don't like the
> comment of "It is usually hardy here in our zone 5".... what is with the
> 'usually' comment. Figure it is or it is not!
> How many years do you think it will take to get the price down on it
> too....
> Donna
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