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Re: Upside Down Hostas

In a message dated 6/23/1998 12:42:28 PM Central Daylight Time,
RonnieEA@aol.com writes:

<< - All I need to
 remember is "GREEN SIDE UP".
You have raised a question in my mind(which is cluttered with Latinate
botanical terminology<G>): What would happen if you planted a hosta, crown and
roots(no leaves), upside down. Would it develop crown rot? Would it be

Clyde Crockett  z5
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