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North Vancouver, BC
(Zone 8b)

May 25, 2001
3:31 AM

Post #5357

Is this where I talk about the plants that I have to haul inside for the winter? I'm in the PNW so that includes most of my Passifloras, Brugs,Daturas,and tropical Hibiscus.
Thousand Oaks, CA

May 25, 2001
11:59 PM

Post #77265

If most of these plants grow outdoors all year round in Southern California (a temperate climate), does that not make them tropicals anymore?


Cicero, NY
(Zone 5a)

May 26, 2001
1:05 AM

Post #77301

Hey you guys ,to me ,anything thats hardy to zone 6 is practically a tropical here!!Just kiddin.Kinda...

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