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Re: bog gardens

It would seem that a plant that goes drought dormant says something about
water. I believe the secret is consistent water which isn't easy for the
home gardener. Walters Gardens grows their plants in a flood system that
soaks the roots several times a day and they never dry out completely.

If business or pleasure brings you south on 37 we're not far away.

At 08:35 AM 6/18/99 -0500, you wrote:
>I also wonder if the high humidity around areas such as ponds, bogs, etc.
>might help the environment around the leaves and prevent burn as well.
>Water, water and more water!
>Stacy Holtzman
>Howard Hughes Medical Institute
>Bloomington, Indiana Z5b
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