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Re: Getting out of the house

Kate the pieces of crowns that are often left by the vole usually have eyes 
that will put up new plants.  Sometimes cutting an eighth of an inch deep on 
each side of the bud will encourage it to grow.  Treat all cut or damaged 
areas with rootone, let dry and then plant in promix.  As soon as you see a 
sprout, feed it with a root stimulate or some vit B.

 As a result of the above, I now have large clumps of several of the plants 
that were destroyed by voles a few years ago.
Good Luck,
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