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CULT: HYB: pots?

Betty, in the past, you've mentioned seedlings that you didn't get
around to lining out in the garden that had bloomed in their germination
(?) pots.

Are those the shallow 8" top diameter "mum" pots, or were those in
bigger pots?

Germination and survival has been a bit too spectacular here this year,
so will have to hold off on planting a <lot> of babies out in the garden
until too late for next year bloom (i.e., after some major composting of
this year's new stuff).

For some of these "experiments", I will find room for a few in the
garden or big pots, but others will just have to wait their turn.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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