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LC C.G. Roebling ‘Sentinel’ HCC/AOS

This is a discussion on LC C.G. Roebling ‘Sentinel’ HCC/AOS within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Anyone know about this plant and it's tolerance for heat? It has a beautiful bloom ...

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    Talking LC C.G. Roebling ‘Sentinel’ HCC/AOS

    Anyone know about this plant and it's tolerance for heat? It has a beautiful bloom but looks like it may like cooler weather than here in Dallas. It's paretns are C gaskelliana x L purpurata)....advice anyone?

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    Since it has a catt and a L as its parents, I think it would be find in Dallas - particularly with the heat and the sun, just watch for burn You'll never know unless you try!

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