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It's great to see these beautiful plants but it sall depends on where you live to grow them. good advise to grow in a climste where the plants will do well.

Jane, a great post. I've linked to it in my own post today about the one rhodo I've been able to grow successfully in my own back yard. But I completely agree with you about not planting them for clients here in the DC area if I can avoid it.


Most of the time when we travel, I see a plant I really really want. I used to try to grow them no matter what, but now I know better and have learned to love what we can succeed with here in zone 7.

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