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Re: ornamental grass!

We have a lot of ornamental grasses.  I know that if you want it to  get high 
and wide water it plenty!  If you want to keep it controlled....  less water. 
 Some of them that are so big we do trim at the end of spring,  and then 
again in the fall.  We also have gotten many new plants from them,  we  had no 
choice as it really was over powering.  Doubt this will  help that much, but I  
In a message dated 5/14/2005 1:16:06 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
pdickson@sbcglobal.net writes:

I am  going to be teaching a class at the Vo-tech school next month on  
ornamental grasses.  Any suggestions or recommendations are very  welcome. 
This is the first time I have agreed to teach anything but a  class for 
Master Gardeners and I am wishing that I had said "NO"!
What  was I thinking????
Thank you in advance for any or all help!

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