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Re: OT: Fertilizer

From: Patsiris@aol.com

Dear Leslie,
     In North Texas we use a balanced fert in the fall, and then one with High
middle number in early spring to get them started.  I always do this about
valentine day, but that would probably be a little early for yoy.  For
rebloomers I sprinkle slow release pellets around the after spring bloom to
keep them growing through the summer.
     Speaking of fertilizer, does anyone have experience with alfalfa pellets.
I have used them at the rate of a heaping teaspoon per clump for the past two
years, and have had very good bloom.

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