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Anyone in the DFW area have these inground?

Posted by ruthz 8 dfw texas (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 3, 13 at 17:16

I have these in pots and was wondering if any will survive inground in this area.
Have way too many pots of stuff.

Bleeding Heart Vine
GLOXINA SYLVATICA, Bolivian Sunset
Murraya paniculata - orange jasmine
Pandora Vine
Rangoon creeper vine
Tibouchina - Princess flower


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RE: Anyone in the DFW area have these inground?

Well its been quite a while since your post and no replies yet so I'll just jump in here. Your plants names all sound like either tender or tropicals so I wouldn't put them in the ground. If you keep them in the garage over winter they should be OK as long as it stays above freezing inside.


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  • Posted by ruthz 8 dfw texas (My Page) on
    Wed, Nov 20, 13 at 13:49

Thanks, I've brought everything inside except the Rangoon Creeper. I may take a chance with it.
The Bolivian Sunset plant is blooming today.


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RE: Anyone in the DFW area have these inground?

That is just beautiful, Ruthz!


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RE: Anyone in the DFW area have these inground?

I've never seen that one, Ruth .............beautiful !!!!


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Ruth, I'm not in your area, but grow everything on your list, except orange jasmine, in the ground. They all survived 17 degrees except Tibouchina.

Jim


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  • Posted by ocgf Z8 (My Page) on
    Thu, Nov 21, 13 at 11:14

The Rangoon creeper vine that Jim gave me a couple of years ago died on me (Kyle, 8B). That year was a hard winter, though... (2010)

Omar


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