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My 'Tattoo' is growing on the north side of a row of spruce trees (which no longer have any of their lower branches) and gets full morning sun. The soil is just good Minnesota-corn-growing-dirt. I have never tested it and have never fertilized it. I once bought some Oscomate but everything seemed to be doing well so I have yet to use it. I hand water once a week if it hasn't rained in the meantime. I had been thinking about moving 'Tattoo' to a more prominent location, since it is so pretty, but maybe I should leave well enough alone?
Linda Kofstad
P.S. I have moved 'Great Expectations' 3 times, last time just a week ago. We'll have to wait and see if the 3rd time is the magic number and I've finally got the right spot for it!!


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