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The 2 Keys to Growing Marginally Hardy Plants

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Let’s define what marginally hardy means when talking about a plant. When growers have had some record of success with the plant in your USDA Zone, but it’s more reliably hardy one zone warmer then the plant will be described as marginally hardy. The great challenge to growing these plants successfully is getting them through the winter. Here are some tips to help you.

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3 Must-Try Roses to Grow in the New Year

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New Intros from David Austin Roses Summer has passed and yet we’re experiencing unseasonably mild temperatures here at Horticulture headquarters in southwestern Ohio in the early days of November—weather that’s encouraging the roses to grow still! A hard frost is sure …

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