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Re: plant sale/ Carex Snowline

The answer is yes, Ceres.
    I am in zone 5 or 6 or 7. Just depends upon which zone map you are
reading or whether you are reading the temps in your own garden and not
reading anyone. I go with 6 now days, but purchase plants with zone 5 in the
background of my mind. In the past ever few years a zone 5 comes roaring
through here. ... after all, zone 5 is only 2 hours drive from here.
    Also depends upon whether Kitty is involved in the discussion;-)
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>

> Thank you for infor, Gene.  Plants that truely like dry shade are
> to find.  You are zone 5 or 6?
>     BTW, we had heavy frost on the ground Saturday morning.  I had all my
> babies in safe however I forgot a window box but it was under the
overhang, on
> the south and a west wall of the garden room extended out giving it good
> protection.
>     Ceres

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