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Re: New Plants


Joanne Pyszczek wrote:
> 
> not.
> I can see the white center on the one showing signs of melting out already
> and I've been trying to keep it as shaded as possible.  The
> weather's too nice for me to keep them indoors until the trees leaf out.
> Any suggestions to make them happier?  Are they likely to recover
> sufficiently to put out new growth once they get adapted?
> Joanne
> jopyz@earthlink.net
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Joanne
I would leave them in pots, and keep on the east side of your house
untill the trees are in leaf, and it is a little warmer.
Ran
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