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RE: New plants...

Hi, it sure was! Let's hope for year #2. I planted two more in different
locations just to see what happens.

Everyone laughed when I tried it but they weren't laughing this spring when
they saw it alive and well.

I also planted quite a few bananas and hedychium too. They will stay in the
ground this winter.

The only problem I found was that I had to manually cut it back last winter
as the frost (and snow) was not killing the leaves! The crown does need
protection from the wet.


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