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Southern gardeners may face challenges

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In the United States, northern gardeners might think of those of us who garden in the South as being incredibly lucky. We have warm temperatures, lots of sunshine and a long growing season. In addition, there are so many more varieties of plants that we can grow as perennials in the South that would be considered annuals — if they could be grown at all — further north. However, we southerners do have our own challenges with which we must deal when gardening in our sometimes quirky climate.

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