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RE: Re: Some Grow---Some Don't

<Everyone should understand that small, poorly grown plants may not 
do well in the garden. You take a chance when you buy them.>

Bill Meyer: Thanks for the excellent advise for "cleaning" our new purchases. I have not thought about this type of practice with our purchases only those with rot or sickly plants. This would be an excellent intructional topic for Hosta clubs. I guess the occasional "runt" could enter our gardens unawares, we must do a little research, or comparisons before we give up on some of them.
Pat Mora

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