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Newnan, GA
(Zone 8a)

June 16, 2001
6:59 PM

Post #6630

I've been getting both annuals and perennials, do you usually wait and plant in fall or spring? It's the middle of a hot GA June, and I want so badly to plant them, but I'm afraid they'll fry. What do you do?
Newberry, FL
(Zone 8B)

June 17, 2001
3:35 AM

Post #83972

tig, i would plant perennials, and if you have fast growing annuals you can plant some of them too. i waited for spring last year, so silly, could have had much bigger plants this spring.

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