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    Contact Trent and Michelle Meeks of Sunbelle Exotics. They live in south Florida. They KNOW sarr dormancy for you and your area.
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    The panhandle? You should be set, I could grow my Sarras in central FL (Palm Bay) year round, unless you're extremely close to the beach you should be fine
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    Where in the Panhandle? Franklin Co., Bay Co., Liberty Co., Wakalulla Co., Santa Rosa Co., Okaloosa Co., Escambia Co., Walton Co., Gulf Co.? Where? If you are in the panhandle, put your plants outside, enjoy them, and quit worrying. You have the best help anywhere right here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Bugweed @ Mar. 31 2006,9:08)]Where in the Panhandle? Franklin Co., Bay Co., Liberty Co., Wakalulla Co., Santa Rosa Co., Okaloosa Co., Escambia Co., Walton Co., Gulf Co.? Where? If you are in the panhandle, put your plants outside, enjoy them, and quit worrying. You have the best help anywhere right here.
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    You are surrounded by pitcher plants in Okaloosa County. If they grow outdoors year round in all the counties I listed to you, put'em outdoors and don't worry about anything but exyra moth and other pests.
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