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Paul: Regarding stem cuttings--is there any downside to this procedure
regarding the mother plant?--why not  cover all of my emerging Hosta with
2-3" of soil and reap the benefits in August (realizing that the stem
cuttings need specific attention until fall). Are there plants with specific
species/parantage background that do or dont respond to this procedure? Do
you take any of the rhizome at all? How long would you estimate until you
see the first sign of root developement?

Philip Little Waterloo Ont.

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