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Re: OT-BIO Richard Copa

In a message dated 7/26/2003 4:43:25 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Fuelinjectionplu@aol.com writes:

>  This year I 
> weeded and fertilized but no flowers.  What do I need to do?

welcome to the list!   I'd say make sure they're not planted too 
deeply...several people I've met here in SC think that rhizomes need to be planted an inch 
or two deep to protect from the heat...mine do fine with the tops just barely 
peeking out the top of the soil, although my soil is on the sandy side of 
Janet Natale
zone 8 of SC

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