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BLOSSOMBUDDY wrote: Oh poor you!! My sedums did great I have matrona that dos fair... it took awhile for it to get established... they like pith poor soil and dry...but yeah, they can be ugly at times!
Yes, they were over crouded and had to be divided... on that garden we mangled yanking out that maple bush.... we left destruction in its path and there were spring bulbs that I put in nursery cans years back and they got rumped up in the process of the tree removal, so we yanked the cans out and they had multiplied so well they were actually busting the nursery cans they were originnally planted in so I thought to yank all of them in that bed and man, I have a haul to replant. I sink my daffs, hyacinths, lycoris and the like in one gallon pots and leave the rims showing just a hair above the dirt line so I can easily lift them in the fall when the time comes. It recycles alot of my nursery pots too!