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Feb 22, 2014 12:03 PM CST
|I have seen your recommendation page, but without opening each link, how do I know who sells what or in what zone they are in? Some might have rose in their name, but I don't want to miss one that might have something I like. I'm in zone 6a. Thanks!|
Feb 22, 2014 2:02 PM CST
It's almost impossible to know what each nursery sells (unless they are a specific type nursery selling only one type of plant like Abundant Daylilies, which specifically sells only daylilies: http://garden.org/reviews/view/228/Abundant-Daylilies/)
For many other nurseries you would have to click the link and go to their website to browse their listings. Most on-line nurseries list the planting zones in the descriptions of each plant.
American Meadows lists zones for this Echinacea: http://www.americanmeadows.com/perennials/echinacea/echinace...
Santa Rosa Gardens lists zones for this Agastache: http://www.santarosagardens.com/Agastache-Black-Adder-p/aga-...
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