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Re[2]: burrowing rhizomes

Celia Storey in Arkansas wrote
>In clearing the TB bed I've found several rhizomes that during the hard=20
>rains of winter seem to have burrowed down into the neat ridges I carefull=
>planted them atop

I've had the same problem.  I think it has to do with the soil settling. =20
Maybe if you pack the soil a little bit before it might help.  I haven't do=
anything about mine but probably should.  I have lost one so far but I'm no=
sure if it was because of this or not.

suzette guay
baltimore, md zone 6

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