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Re: Election - you should delete this, probably

In a message dated 11/25/00 1:14:03 AM Eastern Standard Time,
andrewl@hostahaven.com writes:

(Still looking for info on wintering over Hostas in a greenhouse.  One area
of concern is the wide fluctuations in temperature during a 24 hour period.
 Perhaps I should be pulling shade cloth up over the greenhouse to limit
the 40+ degree swings.  Could be an interesting experiment, however, to add
more info to the wintering over database.  Just don't want it to be an
entry about what does NOT work).  
 Andrew Lietzow

Andrew, I overwintered numerous hostas in a poly house last year, unheated
with the doors open.  No problem with fluctuations in temp.  They did get an
occasional drink of water, maybe every three weeks or so.  N.

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