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Re: Hostas in pots

Before the first hard frost, put the pots in an unheated garage or
shed.  In January, carry a shovelful of snow in and put it on the top of
the pot; when it thaws, the plant will get a bit of water.

I use 18", 20", and 24" pots, either terra cotta, ceramic, or
fiberglas.  The latter are quite nice, because they are light, and some
of them are very attractive (raised grape design), but I notice they are
getting expensive.		Irwin Johnson
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