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Re: Re: Re: New USDA Zone Map

Just curious, but Daryl do you feel the old one was 100percent accurate?
I always felt it was average, but not perfect. Get one of those jet
streams going the wrong way and say goodbye to something.

Of course, I was zone 5, still am in zone 5, so may not have the knowledge or background to make a determiation about the new map.

who finally did get her copy from ahs!... now I just need time to read it:(

> > It takes more than a zone area to make a plant survive in your yard. <<
> Of course, but when the new zone map reflects information that is *wrong*,
> it's useless.
> Daryl

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