Hey, I'm not sure I buy the global warming thing. Stephanie Abrams on TWC talks about it constantly, as does just about every other media outlet out there bombards us with it until it's ingrained into our brains that it must be true! Personally, I think we're just going through a couple decades of warm cycle. However, I have had a fondness through the years for some subtropical species that traditionally do not fare well in southern Ohio (or grow here just well enough to die during that -20 degree winter with no snow cover). Specifically, Pampas grass, Southern Magnolia and Mimosas. I actually brought back a mimosa from Hilton Head to Cincinnati this spring, and it's doing great in a very protected corner in a SE exposure. Hopefully the roots grow real deep! Normally, you wouldn't see many of them north of TN. Has anyone changed their planting habits at all in response to the (perceived) warming? Have your customers asked for more exotic plantings?