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Re: Hostas in the woods


HI.....

THERE WAS ONE MORE THING......

I SAID DO NOT WATER ONLY THE PLANT....BUT TO WATER GENERALLY, SO AS TO NOT
CALL THE TREE ROOTS TO THE HOLE.......

MAYBE IT WAS A BIT TO APPARENT......BUT IF YOU TRANSPLANT A HOSTA.....YOU MUST
OBVIOUSLY WATER IT FOR A PERIOD OF TIME TO KEEP IT ALIVE.......BUT END THE
SPECIFIC WATERING AS SOON AS YOU ARE SURE THE PLANT WILL SURVIVE....

KEN
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