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Re: bags for bare root


Cheryl,
Plastic grocery bags work great. Damp newspaper can be used to retain moisture. The bag handles can be tied together at the top to keep out air. This works good for hostas that are actively growing also. Save em up. The grocery store would probably sell you bags also. The cultivar name can be written on the bag. Also put a label inside. I have kept growing bare root hostas for a week to 10 days before in this manner. Small holes in the bottom of the bags will drain excess water.
Dan Nelson
Bridgeville DE
zone 7
SussexTreeInc@ce.net
-----Original Message-----
From: Cheryl Nelson <bip@tds.net>
To: Hosta Open <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Thursday, March 11, 1999 12:23 PM
Subject: bags for bare root

Does anyone have a good source for plastic bags to use when selling bare root hostas. bip@tdsnet.com




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