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Re: Ornamental Grasses

Rogers wrote:
> I apologize for bring this topic in front of a group of Hosta people, but
> you are the most knowledgeable plant people I know.  The trade-off between
> gaining a few nuggets of knowledge and being vituperously excoriated is
> worth the risk.
> I have heard that one should not plant ornamental grasses after August 1
> (zone 5).
> 1)      Why would/could that be true?
> 2)      What should be done to decrease the risk of planting later?
> Going back to Hosta, I plant ornamental grasses to shade my funkia!

Hi Floyd
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