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Japanese Maples: Brand new JM seedlings

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Nedhudson1
Thorne Bay, AK
(Zone 6b)

May 8, 2008
7:46 PM

Post #4924938

A friend from SC sent me some JM seeds.After 2 months in their starter cells,I finally have 4 seedlings,cultivar unknown.When these are ready to transplant,should I put in a 7 or 8" pots for the rest of this year?I want to put them into ground eventually,but don't know about this year.

I think it says in my signature,but I'm in Z6/7.

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