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Re: gas plant

In a message dated 6/1/06 7:17:07 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> It is my understanding that Dictamnus
> develops a tap root and should therefore be grown on in a pot because they
> resent transplanting as the tap root can be damaged.  I also seem to recall
> that they take several years before they flower.

Kitty, I have the pink one but planted it in the ground as a very small
plant.   It did take a few yrs before it bloomed and yes it is true it has a
tap root so moving is not suggested.
     Chicago gardener   Trudi Temple said hers reseeds which she loves as she
can start new plants.   Mine has not reseeded.

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