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Re: Some recent photos of zone pusheritis.
Zone 7 is pushing all things subtropical. But if I liever there,I would try. Not a yard full..but maybe in between the Trocadera (?) plant with glossy leaves,maybe a Clerodendrum..some species are hardy..I posted one on growingontheedge.new you would never guess is rated down to z8.
Doing things like that..even Rhapidophyllum palm that looks to me like a very hardy Rhapis.
Then,you have the Alocasia and Colocasia that go in for summer..and to the garage in winter.
All up to the individual.
Heck,your summers are so much warmer,you can keep tropical fish outdoors in summer no problems.