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Old 28-09-2002, 09:00 PM
Nick Maclaren
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Chris Hogg wrote:

Strelitzia regina will take a slight frost, say down to -5C for a
brief period, say an hour or two in the very early morning (at least,
mine have). I doubt they'd survive an extended period though. I would
think they'd be OK until the first frost, but get them in then.

Those are the conditions that they used to take in the parts of
Africa where I lived. Yes, bring them in and keep them dryish.

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