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Re: Hosta Growth


Re-read my message.  I am not advocating poor planting practices.
Nowhere did I suggest taking a rootbound plant out of a pot and plunking
it in the ground.   Believe me, the results wouldn't surprise me a bit.

Chick

junk@aztec-net.com wrote:

> . Divide the planting up into hostas that have just been removed from
> the pot with no root disruption or removal of growing medium and in
> the other group open up the root mass, spread the root system out and
> plant them properly, in both cases don't amend the soil. ... I think
> what you find might surprise you.
>
> John Kee
>
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