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Re: emergence, way too early

In a message dated 2/27/1999 5:05:07 PM Central Standard Time,
ctuttle39@juno.com writes:

<< Are there alternatives, without throwing them away?  I have a
 small fortune tied up in these 70+ pots and would like to save them so
 that I can put them out in the beds in mid May. >>
Not to worry.

Telephone THE expert of container-grown hostas---Warren Pollock--- and get his
advice.302 478-2610

I am sure everything will turn out fine. Just water them as if they were out
on your patio. Try to give them some light. Turn up the heat in your garage
They won't die. They may have to be cut down slightly below soil level,

Clyde Crockett z5
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