When writing to this newsgroup, it would often be much easier to offer advice
if people would automatically include their hardiness zone. What goes for me
in 9b (New Orleans, south side of Lake Pontchartrain) would probably not work
for someone in Alaska or Arizona (too lazy to look up the zones for them at the
<< Sionce you yourself are in the lazy zone why should you expect any more from
Darling, I gave my zone in the body of the letter. Learn to read an entire
text before you pop off like that. It makes you look stupid, and you wouldn't
want that...would you?
and she says this forgetting to sign off with her zone despite that she told
us what it was. And for yer info, Z, the American Horticultural Society and
Agricultural Department has revised the zonal map and you're now just in
zone 9. No a's or b's anymore, same as we're not in 6b anymore but zone 7.
You can find the map here....
madgardener up on the ridge, back in fairy holler, overlooking English
Mountain, in Eastern Tennessee, zone 7, Sunset zone 36.
like I said in the post two days ago.....................<g> we've warmed up
by a whole point. We used to be zone 6b, which was the warm side of six,
now we're SEVEN.........
madgardener going to look for socks, the feet are
cold....................(it is humid and there is a fall chill in the air)
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