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Re: Re: Temps/humidity

Curious about plants in high/dry humidity? Do your labels or
knowledgeable nurseries list what is needed there? I would think it
matters to the survival rate of some plants?

OT- I have straight hair.... no matter what the weather! Only way to get
body or a curl is a perm, and that only lasts for a month or so.:(

And--- I was in Arizona when it was 130 degrees in the shade... dry heat or not - it was hot! Very uncomfortable IMHO.


> South Central Texas is also very dry (i.e.San Antonio, Austin, etc.)  Not all 
> of Houston is humid.  Considering how large Houston is....we have tons of 
> different climates...and two zones (8 & 9)  I'm far west Houston, so am much 
> drier than far east Houston for example.  But am more humid than San Antonio.  The 
> soils are totally different too.

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