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Re: Spring, sort of

  • Subject: Re: Spring, sort of
  • From: "Ann James" annfree@earthlink.net
  • Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 08:28:15 -0600

Thanks, George.  Perhaps I was misinformed when I was told hostas had a
certain period of dormancy.  That's why I was surprised.  The pots that have
plants coming up are one white one and two green ones.  But you are right.
We had the gardener lay mulch over all the beds not long ago.  This is poor
soil that needs constant amendment.

Ann James
Zone 8, Conroe, Texas

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