Thought I'd do a quick intro. I've lived in Mobile, AL for 3 1/2 years
now but we just bought a house where I have the terrifying task of
landscaping when I am from western Nebraska where nothing grows and my
husband is from Illinois and as clueless as I am about southern Alabama.
I have several questions but have decided rather than putting them all
in one post I'd ask them separately to keep it simple.
Looks like a great group! There aren't any trolls who would
intentionally kill my plants around here I should know about are there? :)
Excellent plan. First answer: check what neighbors and other locals
have growing. If every other house had masses of azaleas in bloom
recently, it's a good bet azaleas are...a good bet. If you like
azaleas, that is.
Ironically, I went a little crazy with the azaelas. I LOVE azaelas! I
didn't realize how big they are going to get though. :) I planted 8 --
5 of them BIG ones. I know I can keep them pruned if I prune RIGHT
after they bloom though. I was kind of wondering WHAT I was thinking
after the first week the azaelas bloomed.....our little neighborhood was
giving me a headache! :)
Alabama Experiment Station
Alabama Extension Service
Georgia Experiment Station
Georgia Extension Service
less direct :-)
china has continental climate, but
climate comparisons could be tricky, since so cent china seems to be high
elevation. very unlike so cent USA.
S america continent narrows toward the south, but i'm guessing that among s
American climates, buenos aires/paraguay/urugauy is closest climate to s
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