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Re: CAT:Spuria

From: DWiris@aol.com

In a message dated 11/27/99 1:03:35 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
dkramb@badbear.com writes:

<< Don't Spurias get planted underground by an inch or two?  And the mice can
 still get 'em?  I don't know...that's why I'm asking. >>

Hi Dennis,

I don't think we planted the spurias that deep, and we mulched them to keep 
them from heaving during the winter.  We did the same with a bed of Siberians 
and a bed of Japanese irises.  Those were disturbed, also, but did not fare 
as badly as the spurias.  All the mulched beds had mouse tunnels all through 
the beds.  We stopped planting the Siberians and Japanese that way and now 
have most of them in rows that can be rototilled between.


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