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    The snowbells are coming out....
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Finch @ Jan. 06 2007,6:41)]Here in zone 4 it has been so very abnormally warm, the snow here has barely had time to land before it melted. On new years. It also rained On new years. The snow was melting today from a big snowstorm that came from the Rockies. It is way too warm.
    Here in BV Colorado (zone 5), I got up to a balmy -5 and ~4" of yesterdays snow. At about 1:00 this afternoon the wind started rearranging it on the roads and still isn't satisfied with the results aas it is still blowing the drifts around trying to get them juusst right.
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    Here in Miami its been in the 80s every day and the 70s every night. It kind of sucks because a couple of my Sarracenia are waking up way early. Good thing I don't have any winter growing sundews that are very heat intolerant.

    And D. binata never even went dormant.

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    Some D. binata don't have to go dormant. They can if they have to, but they can grow year round in the right conditions.
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    I have two that are just coming out of a forced dormancy now.

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    Several of my S. leucophylla 'Tarnok' have sent up blooms. but here in Zone 8b we have been having freezing mornngs up to 50's or 60' during the day.
    The D. adelae hate this weather.
    Lois



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