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Re: Matching Names to Plants

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Matching Names to Plants
  • From: laurief <laurief@paulbunyan.net>
  • Date: Tue, 7 May 02 16:48:40 -0500

>Last winter, between the frost and the wind a number of  my plant 
>markers heaved out of the ground and disappeared.

One last suggestion - I have found it absolutely essential to both mark 
my plants in the garden AND to maintain accurate hard-copy garden maps of 
the locations of each plant.  Between frost heaving, dogs, cats, deer, 
and too many other wild 4-legged and feathered neighbors to count, I 
can't possibly rely on my garden markers to stay in place for long.


zone 3b northern MN - clay soil

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