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Re: seedling question

Ok... I'll double check that the soiless medium isn't too moist... I'll try
aerating them.   Also quit TLC'ing them to death.  If all else fails I'll
transplant.  Now I've got another problem... I can relate to Mike having to
dig up and move his hosta... I just got hit with something that has ruined
my plans for this year....  This nice old monstrosity that we live it is
causing the family health problems (yes I'm now living the life of the
couple on 20/20).  That cold I had is due to a reaction to mold which is
coming in from the foundation of the house.  I spent part of the day talking
to a foundation specialist who has informed me that 1.  we need gutters. 2.
I have to have 4 trees removed and 5 bushes from around the house. 3.  Any
hosta within 20 feet of the house has to be moved because they are going to
regrade from the house to the yard (after they excavate around the
foundation and check for problems).  A friend of mine who's a house
inspector agreed...   Gee I don't even want to know what this is going to
cost plus it means that about 70 - 90 hosta will have to be moved and
relocated....  I am not a happy camper......

.  Another thing I've found is that, they really seem to
| respond to transplanting regardless being at the 1, 2, 3 leaf stage.  I
| a batch that did nothing after developing 1 leaf (or first leaf or
| it is, no disrespect Beth) , transplanted half which took off and the

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