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Re: RE: Re: now sending plants to zone cold- Artemisias/Powis Castle

I had someone send me tropical waterplants in the dead
of winter to zone 5 cold here. She insulated the box
with stryofoam on all 4 sides. It worked!


---  <> wrote:

> I cut the nicest thickest cuttings, dip them
> immediately in rooting
> hormone and wrap in damp paper towels. Then wrap
> Saran Wrap around that
> and tie it off gently w/ garden twine. If it's going
> to someplace cold,
> then gets all wrapped up in bubble wrap and mailed
> Priority during the
> week so the package is only two days average in
> transit and never left
> sitting somewhere over a weekend. Marge said hers
> looked just wonderful
> last year and it's way colder there than here.
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX
> zone 8A

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