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osogardener
Arlington, WA

September 29, 2009
3:24 AM

Post #7115191

How should I prepare the ground to ensure a successful transplant of Gunnera start?
wannadanc
Olympia, WA

September 29, 2009
4:38 PM

Post #7116552

In my grand innocence, I found a small, rotting stump that became the base on which I planted my Gunnera. I used only native soil, and made certain that shade was available. What a gift that plant became - and I eventually made concrete leaves from it at the end of the season. I could not lift the concrete wonders!!!

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