'Palmetto Pal' a gardener that lives near me but
1000' higher (304.80 m)
in elev reports his Y.rostrata Blue Skies survived a winter here unprotected with no damage this past winter and its growning on level soil in a northerly facing garden.
Does this seem that this could be more hardy than regular Y.rostrada?
Given the mild winter with 2 quick lows
around 7*f ( -14c )
Im still wondering if it is a hardy variety. Anyone know its limits in a cold wet winter unprotected?
STOCK PHOTO from PDN
ROOTS of SPECIMENS - more of the color I saw being sold locally.
Thanks for any comments
Rob z6b/7 Tennessee Appalachia