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Re: Frost Heaved Hostas

Hi Everyone,

Clyde, wasn't it you that sent a message quite awhile back on the AHS
about when the bigger roots are showing at the top of the soil that it's
okay if that
happens.  I don't think any of mine have ever had frost heave.  The only
thing I notice
on some of them are those bigger roots showing at the top of the soil.
But I don't
ever put more soil over them.  When you have frost heave does the crown
up out of the ground?

Vicky Cahanes
New Richmond,  WI
zone 4

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