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Re: potting bench


I think your instincts are right. Would make the transition easier  
for the treeling. In fact I have heard this recommended for any bare  
root plant.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Mar 16, 2006, at 4:35 PM, Bonnie Holmes wrote:

> Does anyone know of/have plans for a potting bench?  I would like  
> one that has plans for a sink so I can wash things up.
>
> I've been weeding and gathering old brick for borders and more
> walks...my forsythia and daffodils are about spent. The red bud is  
> about
> to break out. Other blooming things are Lenten rose, grape hyacinthus,
> vinca minor, and one lone red tulip (they don't last long here). I  
> just
> received some trees from the Arbor Day Foundation. Although they
> recommend planting them at once, I am tempted to put them in pots,  
> nurse
> them throughout the summer, and plant in the fall. Any comments? Am  
> I on
> the right track?
>
>
> Bonnie ETN Zone 7
>
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