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Re: AR: amazing results

>Dennis, you give me hope that maybe I can keep an aril.  I'll bury the one I
>have to try - I just cannot go thru digging them up for the summer and then
>replant!   Hope this idea works for me.   Rosalie nr Baltimore USA zone 7

That's the beauty of growing them on a hillside... I did not have to dig
them up in the summer.  The hill dries out so fast after a rain, once the
sun comes out.  It worked great.

Dennis Kramb; dkramb@badbear.com
Cincinnati, Ohio USA; USDA Zone 6

Old school buds here:

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