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Re: Over-Wintering Heuchera

  • Subject: Re: Over-Wintering Heuchera
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 06:38:45 EDT

Andrew, last night while cleaning up debris I noticed that one of my 
heucheras looked smaller and somewhat wilted compared to a few days ago.  As 
I checked I noticed that there were a few pill bugs, upon closer examination 
it was just being eaten alive by the little critters.  Check it out and see 
if you have them too.  N.
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