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Re: Spring Gardening

would they be true from seed?  Just curious.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2004 12:28 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Spring Gardening

> Due to my lack of fall cleaning last season... my autumn joy has
> re-seeded all over the darn place. Of course, being seedlings, they are
> small now. Never realized they did that, thought the clump just got
> bigger :)
> I wasn't going to mention them, but if you guys are trying to root them,
> well... send me your address (privately) and I will mail you some....
> Donna
> > As you all can see by the original posting date,I've been thinking
> this
> > over
> > for quite a while.  Has anyone cut back their Autumn Joy; and if so,
> what
> > was the result.  I guess I just figured they would be tall and
> somewhat
> > floppy in the fall.  Also about rooting the cut off portions, is this
> > difficult?  I've never done this, and could (if I decide to do the
> cutting
> > back) use some help as to the techniques so the venture is a success.
> > Thanks, Rich in Z-5
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