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Re: Invasive Tree roots...


<<<That's why it NEVER is appropriate to amend only the planting hole...the
roots from your Hosta also never really spread out either...they chose to
stay in the nice amended soil you provided for them>>>
 
This is the biggest truth!!!  It may take an extra year or so for the hosta to adapt and get going, but the results are a lot more rewarding than enriching just the planting hole!
Spot watering and spot fertilizing are also big no no's.
Just personal experience.
Thanks
Barbara
Quebec, Canada
"township@acbm.qc.ca"




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