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Initial post 29 JUN by JenniferinMI
Hello,
I am also 5b and was wondering if your Nightmoss was still doing fine? I've had mixed responses when inquiring if it's fine for zone 5b. You seemed to be the only cold zone person with one, so I thought I would inquire if yours was okay before ordering one.
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Reply #1 of 5 posted 2 JUL by KYBungalow
Hello! I am actually NewDawn Also known as vapor vac At the garden web. I just maintain the site for freedom gardens. I would suggest emailing Peter Schneider directly. I think his email address is At the combined rose list.com. If it isn't I will see if I can scrounge it up. He has a couple of them in 1 of them here response to more often but . If it isn't I will see if I can scrounge it up. He has a couple of them in 1 of them here he responds to more often but he will get back with you about that. I hope that helpsI see you also helps the question on The garden web so hopefully someone might be able to help you there also.
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Reply #2 of 5 posted 2 JUL by KYBungalow
This is a site for my friend Who lives in Kentucky. I put his garden in and maintain it. I know it's confusing. I know it's confusing. He no longer has nightmares to my knowledge. And I actually don't remember planting it there.
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Reply #3 of 5 posted 2 JUL by KYBungalow
I lost access to my new dawn site so now I see it is directing me to the Kentucky bungalow site. Sorry about the confusion. I do maintain peter Schneider site though at freedom gardensTo my knowledge he still has To my knowledge he still has nightmares So as I mentioned So as I mentioned prior So as I mentioned prior I would try contacting him directly.
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Reply #4 of 5 posted 2 JUL by Lee H.
Thanks for clearing that up.
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Reply #5 of 5 posted 14 days ago by JenniferinMI
Thank you, I will go ahead and try one in my zone 5b garden.
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