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Re: Robin Parer in Horticulture mag

Hi Carolyn,

I think Kentfiled is either a zone 9a or 10b according to the hardiness zone.  Robin's zip code is 94904, in case you find a site that uses it.  Kentfield is in Marin County just north of San Francisco.  California gets horridly cold weather very occasionally, maybe every 15 years?  Others can correct me on that one.  Otherwise, weather there is very nice, with the coastal moisture influence.

Thanks for letting us know about the magazine article.


Carolyn Schaffner <drsnooks@BUFFNET.NET> wrote:
Note the article by Robin Parer in April 2005's issue of HORTICULTURE
magazine!! Photo of her, too.Wonderful shots of her garden with many
varieties of plants.

Her garden is in Kentfield, California, probably zone 8??? Can anyone
confirm the zone?

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

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