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hot + pot

It's so hot here. October and it is 90 degrees, may be a record. So I'm watering again. I'm done digging for the season I think, unless something needs to be moved. There are still some large hosta under the maple tree that should be moved out so I can recondition the soil there this winter. I've got about 450 pots ready to overwinter. I have yet to pot the bulb pans up though. I was afraid to pot them with this heat, they might start shooting up. I plan to do about 50 pots of Allium, Ipheion, Narcissi, and Fritillaria.

neIN, Zone 5
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