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Re: CULT: shade for plants

Anner in Virginia said:
> And think about things do not root with alacrity when stuck into soil and 
> kept moist, which knocks out the willows.
And privet..

tho if it's as bone dry and windy and hot as all that, both willow and
privet would probably have a hard time rooting.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
with fond memories of the stockade of privet twigs for toy horses which
magically sprouted leaves almost overnight.

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