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  • Subject: Re: (no subject)
  • From: "Kate Ardissono" <ardissono@home.com>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 17:23:41 -0500

I use regular pots slightly tilted to let water run off in the ground for
some of my younger plants.  It's what I'm going to do for Great
Expectations.  I've never had problems with them freezing.  My freezer lose
has been to the above ground clustered together.

Kate


| Has anyone planted their hosta in the ground or anything else for that
| matter, in clay pots?  We are zone 5 five here and the ground freezes but
I
| am thinking that as long as it freezes and thaws evenly the clay pot will
not
| break down.  Anyone at all have any experience in doing this?
|
| Help if you can!
| Narda


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