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fort lauderdale, Fl
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Question by mary4sales
April 28, 2010
can I grow hydrangea or gerbera daisy in south florida, if so which types

Answer from NGA
April 28, 2010
You can grow hydrangeas in Florida. They need a few hours of morning sunshine but shade from hot afternoon sun. Plant them in well amended soils. Some to consider include Blushing Bride, Decatur Blue, Endless Summer, Mini Penny, Oak Hill, Pennymac, and Nikko Blue. Gerbera daisies grow well in Florida; choose the colors you like best. Enjoy!

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