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#131274 Sep 19th, 2007 at 08:42 AM
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I got my stargazers planted, but tonight I am going to a lady's house to dig up a bunch of stella daylilies and am not going to be able to plant them for about a week. Store in some peatmoss in a cool place okay?


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Can't see why not, as long as they are kept from drying out and the heat they should be o.k.


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Hey, how did the 'checkerboard' garden fair out? Any new pics?


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