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Planting Hosta Seeds Outdoors

  • Subject: Planting Hosta Seeds Outdoors
  • From: CCREDUX@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 11:43:06 EST

Hi All,
I harvested some seeds from some streaked hostas('William Lachman, et al.) 
and planned to plant them in the under lights mode indoors but I am too lazy and 
have tried doing that before with no luck;so, I'd like to plant these in a 
bed where I grew Vegetables and cutting flowers this season.
Anyone have any advice, such as depth, fertilising, mulching, watering, etc. 
Would very much appreciate any tips.

Tak skal de har,

Clyde C.

Kleid Krokodil

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