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Maya hardiness in zone 7b?

Posted by kasha77 7 ( on
Sat, Sep 7, 13 at 22:34

Does anyone know if Maya comes back true after a zone 7b NC winter? I have a few Maya angels, (variegates) planted outside in a protected area, in between the woods and my home. I'm tired of having to haul them inside for the winter. I left a "Snowbank" outside one year, and it reverted to a solid green. So I won't chance it with those beauties. Any info on these, concerning their hardiness? I leave many other angels in ground without any problems. I'd appreciate anyone's input! Thanks!

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RE: Maya hardiness in zone 7b?

Kasha, I think Maya has really stable genes and would come back true to itself if your other brugs last outdoors over winter. Fot safely sake, take a couple of cuttings.

RE: Maya hardiness in zone 7b?

Ruth Ann- Good to hear from you! How are you doing since your surgery? I am sooooo much better! (Hope you are too!) Doc says I'll be indestructible in 1 year! Thank you so much for your input about Maya. I will take a few cuttings but leave the monster roots in ground. Thanks! :)

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