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Re: Maintaining Streaked Breeding Hostas

>How will you maintain these divisions that you are making at this time of
>year? Potted, I assume..but over-wintered like established potted plants? 
One option at this point(the one I use) is to wrap each division, on moist
newspaper, label itand put in a plactic bag.  this can be secured with a
rubber band.  Place them in the vegatable keeper drawer on your fridge, and
leave there for ether the winter (for spring planting) or you can start
them in a sunny window, after six weeks.

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