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“Plants are winter-hardy and heat-tolerant throughout most of the United States.”
“To his loyal customers, he commended a variety of rosemary that was winter-hardy in Washington, and he introduced about a dozen varieties of herbs that he had raised as selected seedlings or mutations, including a rosemary variety named for his wife of 47 years, the former Joyce Doyle.”
“I wish we could get a winter-hardy version of that glorious chartreuse!”
“Now, there were only the markers here, the stones, the winter-hardy weeds.”
“Well, it earned the respect of winter-hardy New Englanders, that's for sure.”
“The Nor'easter earned the respect of winter-hardy New Englanders, where more than a few are still slipping and sliding.”
“Hundreds of flights were canceled across the Midwest, and in Minnesota winter-hardy folks are digging out of their first storm of the season.”
“You can help wildlife in winter by planting winter-hardy food resources whenever you go afield.”
“New forms arose, winter-hardy in the temperate zones, desperately contentious in the tropics.”
“Any and all of the nuts listed, of all species, are perfectly winter-hardy here, except that Payne English walnut was injured by a temperature of 10 below zero some years ago.”
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Inspired by reading Aurelia C. Scott, 2007, Otherwise Normal People: Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening. I also have a list for names of rose varieties.
Looking for tweets for winter-hardy.