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Rain at Last

  • Subject: Rain at Last
  • From: "Dan Nelson" <sussextreeinc@ce.net>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2001 09:56:00 -0400

Here in Bridgeville (southern Delaware).....we got one and a half inches of rain last night.. It's been almost three weeks since our last rain and some of the hostas are showing it. A few hostas have started going into summer dormancy (heat and drought induced) and I don't believe the rain will cause them to start growing again. Usually I irrigate but this year I have been a little busy and haven't had the time.
I moved quite a few hostas around last fall.....the ones I moved seem to suffer the worst....this is to be expected I guess.....most likely their root systems aren't as established.

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