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Re: your bog

A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still.

If your trying to grow difficult bog plants then use the holes but it makes
it more difficult to grow more simple plants like hosta.

Further in my system there is a built up area that I'm planting in.

At 10:09 PM 10/13/99 EDT, you wrote:
>Thanks Butch, I have a book on ponds and watergardens and they recommend
>you punch a few holes in the bottom.  So you have had good success with your 
>bog? I am hoping to put one in the land lab at school and maybe a small bog 
>in the lower part of my backyard and I need all the advice I can get.  It is 
>nice to know that my favorite plant, bet you can't guess which one, will
>in a bog.
>Fairfield OH
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Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

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