converting ºC to ºF or ºF to ºC

Adam Fikso
Mon, 09 Feb 2009 14:32:12 PST
Iain-- It's also on the internet.  Just type the key words into your 
browser: --conversion Fahrenheit Centigrade-- and a number of  conversion 
tables come up.  I keep one handy at the computer because I think in 
Fahrenheit terms having grown up with it, and the gradations are finer 
without having to use decimal fractions of degrees.  We just had -15° F a 
week or so ago (~26-27° C) , and I'm wondering if my Zantedeschia 
albomaculata has survived.  It went through days of 0° F for the last 2 
years, and bloomed, no particular protection, planted about 4" deep.

Am trying some other  S. Africans for hardiness.

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