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Old 04-08-2005, 02:59 PM
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What are the low winter temperatures down in the Durham area? Am trying to determine what plants that grow down there might stand a chance up here on the Cape....there is a constant discussion as to whetheer we are zone 7 or zone 6....on the odd times our low for the winter drops down to zero.......Harold

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On 2005-08-04, Harold wrote:

What are the low winter temperatures down in the Durham area? Am
trying to determine what plants that grow down there might stand a
chance up here on the Cape....there is a constant discussion as to
whetheer we are zone 7 or zone 6....on the odd times our low for the
winter drops down to zero.......Harold



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Old 07-08-2005, 12:04 AM
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Um, I'm assuming that by "Cape" you mean you are near the ocean? in which
case, we here at triangle.gardens in middle of North Carolina might not be
so familiar with oceanside gardening! (At least not until I win the lottery
and buy that beach house, at which point I will let the gardener figure
things out!)

Cape? Maybe Cape Horn or Cape of Good Hope?

Anne


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What are the low winter temperatures down in the Durham area? Am
trying to determine what plants that grow down there might stand a
chance up here on the Cape....there is a constant discussion as to
whetheer we are zone 7 or zone 6....on the odd times our low for the
winter drops down to zero.......Harold


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Old 10-08-2005, 07:42 PM
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From the poster's email address, I suspect he is speaking of the
"Durham area" of the UK. If so, even if we told him the low temps here,
we'd have to convert to Celcius or whatever it is they use everywhere
else in the world. But I found an interesting site in Durham as such:
http://www.dur.ac.uk/botanic.garden/

Cheerio (I'm bilingual),

Charles

Harold wrote:
What are the low winter temperatures down in the Durham area? Am
trying to determine what plants that grow down there might stand a
chance up here on the Cape....there is a constant discussion as to
whetheer we are zone 7 or zone 6....on the odd times our low for the
winter drops down to zero.......Harold




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