winter hardiness

Tony Avent
Sun, 27 Jun 2004 12:20:23 PDT

	Now that is interesting.  Depending on exact locations, that part of
Alabama still has some elevations in excess of 2000', while the Florida
Panhandle rarely exceeds 300' elevation.  Perhaps the Alabama forms found
the early emergence was not a good thing.  

>Even more interesting is the fact that T. underwoodii from east central
>Alabama comes up with the rest of the deep south sessiles in early spring,
>2-3 months after the Florida panhandle forms, even though it isn't that much
>further north.  Something strange clearly happens when things move into
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Tony Avent
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