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Response to intheflow (Reply #4)

Sun May 19, 2013, 12:14 PM

5. That's exactly the type of plant that should be buried neck-deep

to convert all of that spindly area into roots. Either bury it in a deep hole or try to plant it sideways. I've done both with plants that tall and had success. Burying sideways is a little trickier.

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