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Re: Potting up hosta.

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>Thanks to everyone for their info.
>I wish to force the hosta to bloom one month early for hybridizing 
>Do I place the potted hosta in the ground at an angle or with the top 
>with the ground?
>Mike Deeds
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Planting at an angle will allow moisture which may accumulate from 
freeze/thaw cycles to run off and thus help to prevent crown rot which 
might occur.

Bob Leask
Georgetown ON
Zone 5 

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