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Seale, AL
(Zone 8b)

January 29, 2010
12:07 PM

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Did anybody happen to get glads goign good in pot production yet? I can't ptu them in the ground. Ones I did all of them darn undergroudn critter ate them, then they ate a whoel bed of dhalias tubers and now munchign away on my Daylilies, whoich I gona have to dig up what left and repot.

I know Bernie, has showed us hwo he doe s in ground, I wodner can that same technique be applied in a pot maybe. Like just using a one gallon pot and putig fw inche sof soil in bottom and then adding more soil as they come up to keep from fallign over. Think it would work?

I got these gl;ad s her e and need to get em planted big time. Don't want to los e another batch.

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