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Re: American Gardener/ Gentiana

More questions, Dan.
    See you have parnassia on the north side of the house. Not surprised you
give it extra moisture to keep it going. How about blooms... how does it do
in that little light for you? Incidentally, where do you garden?
    Thanks for the seeds.... we hope.
Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----
> Gene,
> This bed tends to stay damp for a long while after a rain especially the
> lower part where the lobelias and parnassia are. The heavily mulched bed
> on the north side of the house with no nearby trees or shrubs to suck up
> moisture. When I put in this bed years ago, I dug down over a foot into
> hard clay and filled it with a mix of good soil, leaf mulch and compost.
> clay must prevent the moisture from draining away too quickly. The
> does get extra water when needed. I'll let you know when the seeds are
> ready.
> Dan

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