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Beginner Gardening: cutting garden for zone 9b

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Port Saint Lucie, FL

March 7, 2007
12:44 PM

Post #3256891

I would like to start a cutting garden but im not having a lot of luck finding what types of flowers i can grow in 9b. i know i want to grow gladiolus. any other suggestions?
Archer/Bronson, FL
(Zone 8b)

March 8, 2007
10:21 AM

Post #3260054

Asiatic Lilies will do well in your area as will the Glads. Alstromeria are good and will grow in your area.

That's all my brain will provide at the moment.


(Zone 1)

March 8, 2007
12:37 PM

Post #3260328

Rudbeckia (Black Eyed Susan)

Here's link to a site that lists some natives for your zone ... everything from Shrubs, Trees, Ground Covers, Vines, Perennial's

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