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Re: Closest I could find within 1 point was Tupelo, MS
Posted by George in Bandon Oregon on 7/30/2017, 10:16 am, in reply to "Closest I could find within 1 point was Tupelo, MS"
Edited by George in Bandon Oregon on 7/30/2017, 6:35 pm
well, it might be worth considering that much/most of the country is in fact in some kind of "continental climate" that generally has hot summers and relatively cool/cold winters at least at times (often with snow)--think N.Y.C., Chicago, Denver, etc. the areas with "mild" climates of various kinds with little or no snow on average are in fact relatively rare and restricted---mostly coastal and near coastal areas along the east and west coasts and the warm/hot interior deserts.
the upper southern oregon coast
USDA zone 9a (Sunset zone 5)
DRY cool summers and WET cool winters
grow eucalyptus, banksias, telopeas, grevilleas, bottlebrush, mexican pines and oaks
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