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|01-09-2013, 01:36 PM||#11|
..if momma ain't happy...
Member Since: Oct 2006
Location: south of The Park
Or, you can dig them as soon as the foliage dies back (July), store them in the fridge, and plant again late next winter - if the moles don't get them before you dig.
As for the clay/rocks, buy a couple bags of peat moss and work in before you plant. They can be planted close, 4-6 inches.
I have an aunt who digs the soil out 8", lays rat wire in the bottom and up the sides, then refills with soil, slows the moles down for a couple years till the wire rots.
Make sure you plant them pointy up....
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