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    Flowering trees for High Zone 7

    Steve_G
    Wed Apr 24, 2002 10:25 am
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    Anyone have any experience with Crepe Myrtles and Hydrangias in zone 7 that's pretty close to zone 6?
    Iron Bloomers
    Wed Apr 24, 2002 2:01 pm
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    Steve as far as I know both should do just fine--you are a bit north, I lived in Hampton Roads area a long time & they thrive there. State uses them in the mediums on the highways--Myrtles are called the "trees of a 1000 days" because the blossoms last so very long! Check with a local nursey--they shoud have accurate answers for your local.
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    Steve_G
    Fri Apr 26, 2002 9:04 am
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    Thanks Barb!

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    Steve as far as I know both should do just fine--you are a bit north, I lived in Hampton Roads area a long time & they thrive there. State uses them in the mediums on the highways--Myrtles are called the "trees of a 1000 days" because the blossoms last so very long! Check with a local nursey--they shoud have accurate answers for your local.
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