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Re: My Intro NOW Houseplants

In a message dated 5/13/2004 2:24:24 AM Central Standard Time, 
mhobertm@excite.com writes:
if I try to move them outdoors they get horribly burned up in the sun.
Melody, I have many tropicals which I overwinter indoors.  In the late spring 
I move the huge ones under the pecan tree in my back yard, and they don't get 
burned. I keep the smaller pots under the overhang on my back porch -- just 
have to remember to be conscientious about watering them.

zone 7
West TN

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