[NAFEX] North Carolina

Chris Garriss cgarriss at garriss.net
Fri Dec 9 17:45:12 EST 2011


And even with the humidity, most of the state has been gripped by drought
for the past 3+ years.

Chris
On Dec 3, 2011 7:22 AM, "mark wessel" <growyourown at earthlink.net> wrote:

> Stephen,
>     Say goodbye citrus and say Hello Humidity.
> Mark
>
> On Dec 1, 2011, at 7:23 PM, Stephen Sadler wrote:
>
> > I'll be moving to Charlotte next summer. Anybody here nearby? Any
> planting
> > advice?
> >
> > My Sacramento home is zone 9. I have little trouble with zone 10a
> plants. I
> > know I'm dropping to 7 (goodbye, fresh citrus :-( ). I had a large
> > garden/small farmlet in a Mediterranean zone 7 before, so I'll have at
> least
> > some familiarity, but the lack of dry summers will be new. We will have
> more
> > land - our suburban plot is a third of an acre; we're looking at 2/3 to
>> > acres there so far.
> >
> > Love it here where I am, have a lakeside cabin in the Sierra that's
> > incredibly gorgeous, we can grow about anything, and I love and seem to
> need
> > the Pacific and the great Western national and state parks. We have
> terribly
> > mixed feelings.
> >
> > ~ Stephen
> >
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