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Re: Hosta question

----- Original Message -----
From: <KT1140@aol.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 8:28 AM
Subject: Hosta question
I have tried (once) moving Tc liners to an unheated garage.  Killed all of
them.  I am assuming uoui just want to get as much growth on them in the
next 12 months as you can.  I would keep them growing , now, as long as they
remain active. In Feb. you should ether start to "cool" them , or they may
start to go dormant on their own.  At that point, you can bare root them,
roll them into lightly moist newspapre (several layers) and put in a
Zip-Lock type bag in the veg. drawer of your fridge, for six weeks.  at the
end of that time they will be ready to repot and start (under lights) for
 I have a few TC liners I am thinking of forcing dormancy in late January.
How should I do
> this? Can I move then to the refrigerator then to an unheated garage?>
> Kent T.
> In very snowy Syracuse NY

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