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Re: Donna's corner was: Plumeria-Jim picture-links- and ??

> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> Hmmm....we just got one for our Woodland garden at CES.  Do you
suppose it
> is possible that it would behave a little better in Zone 5, (which
most refs
> show as its coldest zone) than it does in your warmer location?  We
> see.

I truly do not know, Kitty.  It's possible that your climate might
slow it down, but I'd keep a sharp eye on it given my very limited
experience with the variegated variety and what I have read.

Will be interested if you'd report periodically on its progress in
that woodland garden.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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