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edgeoftheworld
Conneaut, OH
(Zone 5a)

May 29, 2010
5:33 PM

Post #7840823

My zebra grass,this year did as you discribed.Growing only on the outer circle.I had no idea it needed divided before your article.Thank-you.I wanted to transplant it anyway,now I really have a reason to dig it up.I also have japanese blood grass,blue fescue and northern sea oats.I really like grasses in the garden.Thanks again Toni for a very informative article.Edge
tonileland
Uncasville, CT
(Zone 6a)

June 3, 2010
6:41 PM

Post #7856685

Apologies for the delay--been out of town.

Glad you liked the article.

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