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Re: Water or Not?

Gerry/Bob O'Neill wrote:
> At 08:38 AM 9/13/99 -0400, you wrote:
>  >>
> >Gerry
> >In my opnion, the risk of "crown rot" is decreasing now.  Hostas are ,
> >right now "pushing" the late summer flush of roots.  This is , no doubt,
> >necessary to complete devlopment of basel buds.  It is necessary to have
> >an adiquate water supply, to complete this process well.  In other words
> >yes , if it is dry ---water.
> >Thanks
> >Ran
> Thanks, Ran. I assume the same holds true for potted plants if I plan to
> carry them over the winter?
> The potted ones fared worse generally than those in the ground, which I
> expected would happen. Some of them are down to just a leaf or two, though
> they were fairly full and healthy before I left.  Can they be planted now,
> or this fall? Or should I overwinter them in the pot?
> Gerry
If it is just a few, I would set the pots into the ground for the
winter.  By all means , moniter the miosture in them to be sure they are
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