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Article: Mountain-ash - A multifaceted Tree: MOUNTAIN ASH

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kaffsmom
Miramar Beach, FL

July 8, 2009
5:10 PM

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IS THERE ANY SPECIES OF MOUNTAIN ASH THAT CAN BE GROWN IN ZONE 8, ( THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE ). I LOVE THESE TREES, BUT CAN,T SEEM TO FIND ANY HERE. YOUR INPUT WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED,,,SINCERELY KIT JENKINS OF MIRAMAR BEACH, FL. 32550 EMAIL...KAFFSMOM@COX.NET
Todd_Boland
St. John's, NL
(Zone 5b)



July 8, 2009
9:10 PM

Post #6794591

I'm thinking it is too warm in Florida...the only possible one I can think of is Sorbus maderiensis...it is the one that naturally grows the furthest south of any mountain-ash species...I think the island of Madiera has a mild-winter climate the most similar to northern Florida.

Good-luck finding that species...I expect it will be difficult to find in North America.

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