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for tnkrer -- identifying plants - part II

Posted by roxanna z5b MA (My Page) on
Thu, May 12, 11 at 12:32

after reading the rest of the thread, where you mention you might just toss the leucojum, may i suggest you move it and let it increase? it looks lonely and forlorn right now, having only one bloom stalk, but a mass of them is wonderful, and they will multiply. mine are in full afternoon western sun, but my soil is exta-moist without additional watering, and they are thriving.
if you still want to toss it, you might try and see if you can pass it along to someone who would like to have it. (can you tell that i loathe killing perfectly good plants, whether or not i have the space for them? LOL)


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RE: for tnkrer -- identifying plants - part II

Hi roxanna .. nhbabs and pixie also did not want to see it go to waste .. so I am planning to move those between irises where I will clean up the garlic mustard and violets. If they thrive there, that will be good.


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