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RE: Plant Police- need suggestion

I would be REALLY interested to know it if the small grass in the middle
worked! I don't want to dig mine up, but...


> > ...One is doing the hollow in the middle thing that someone mentioned. I
> > wonder what causes that.
> Age.  Kinda like a bald spot.  Some grasses die out in the middle as the
> grow  - like siberian iris.  One of our huge Ravenna grasses is doing
> that.
> They'll never get it out.  so they found a small one and planted it in the
> hollowed out middle.  Maybe it will work.
> Kitty'

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