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Re: Best hosta's to put with impatiens

In a message dated 3/28/99 2:47:51 PM Eastern Standard Time, Meum71@aol.com

<< You will not be able to divide these up until mid summer. If a single eye
 planted in summer of Golden Tiara, in the spring as eyes elongate and spread
 out to for the 6-8 shoots they do not have any roots yet except on the main
 division.  But in a few months each shoot will grow it's own roots and then
 you can divide them. Say late July-August.

Gollleeee... I didn't know that !  Seems I learn something new ever day..

Thanks Paul

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