Re: Climate/Location

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Posted by Dayne Chelios-Panama City Beach, FL on April 05, 2002 at 14:01:35:

In Reply to: Climate/Location posted by Garry Borgen on April 04, 2002 at 13:50:24:

edis.ifas.ufl.edu/BODY_MV116-9k
www.clemson.edu/psamedia/1999rel.dir/Bbmay6.txt
The above are two sites (one from U. of Florida, the other Clemson) that (perhaps) will answer many of your questions about growing almost anything in the Southeastern United States.

What plant/flower/bulb that does well in one section of the U.S., usually does not do well in another.

My wife and I have lived in many locales throughout Canada and the U.S., and you must be particularly careful in the Southwest or Southeastern part of the U.S.

Tepid or Mild, Sunny Autumns and Winters in those regions doesn't always mean you can grow anything there. Frankly, they're probably the two regions of the country with the most difficult soil.

Good Luck!


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