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Re: Fall planting

  • Subject: Re: Fall planting
  • From: "Dan & Lu Nelson" <Hostanut@Bellsouth.net>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 14:09:26 -0400

We over wintered about 5,000 hostas in pots here just N/E of Atlanta. We over
winter hostas on landscape fabric in our heavily wooded sales area. Hardly any
losses. We do a walk around every couple of weeks to check for overturned pots
from squirrels and the occasional fallen limb.

We also dig and divide hostas all winter with no ill effect. In our pots we
use 100% ground pine bark.

Dan and Lu Nelson

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