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Aruncus

Posted by echoes_or Zone 3 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 7, 12 at 16:36

I just love this plant. I planted it in a corner where snow slides off from two directions. It's perfect for this spot. I have tried to get more of this plant without success. Last year I noticed a sprout coming up just off my front porch and was jubliant. It came back again this year soooo my questions are.

1. This second plant - did it come off a root and if so how hard is it to transplant into another area?

2. Will I get more babies from this? I've had this plant for quite awhile without ever getting another one to come up.

Did I say I'm totally excited about having another one pop up...


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RE: Aruncus

Also, how come the pictures they show in plant enclyclopedias doesn't match what the realplant looks like. Marcias picture in her plant showcases look just like mine but in looking elsewhere they don't...


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