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Re: H. Uzo No Mai

I grow, with success, Uzu No Mai in trough containers. I place small
gravel or sand around the base of the plant. I wouldn't consider
planting this out in the landscape (especially with all the rain we have
been getting). I also incorporate sand, chicken grit in with the soil.

We have 36 of these beauties and haven't lost a one.

Jill Miller
Morrow (near Cincinnati), Ohio  Z6

Jill, Mike, Danielle, and Jolie
Miller's Perennials and Llama Criation Farm

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