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Re: CULT: Spring Fertilizing

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

     I realize you will have to give more care than I do for the aril family 
due to the humidity, but I honestly ignore them a lot. They thrive on that in 
my location-or die. I do give them lots of TLC when planting, and I do weed. 
The rest is up to the plant. You on the other side of the coin will have to 
protect them from the summer rain. I'd think that in a deep pot under the 
eaves in a hot location (of which you most likely have) would work nicely.

Rita B

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