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Post by Amy Christine on November 12th 2007, 8:21 pm

Hey y'all.
NOW is the time to plant those echinacea seeds you picked up at graduation. They want to sprout into being in the coolness of fall!
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Post by Inti on November 12th 2007, 9:00 pm

Still doing things out of Pots. I know all plants are best in the ground. U think Ech. would do well in a big pot?

Oh wise garden apprentice?

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Post by Amy Christine on November 13th 2007, 7:18 pm

Inti wrote:Still doing things out of Pots. I know all plants are best in the ground. U think Ech. would do well in a big pot?

Oh wise garden apprentice?

bom You made me blush, and my antenna is now lit.
Why, yes, if you have a big pot, that will do.
Leslie has said that they don't like being transplanted, but that you "can" transplant them. Not quite sure what that means, but maybe if you're planning on keeping them in pots, they might be happier than if you were to start them in pots and transplant them later...
Just remember to give them plenty of soil space if you're planning on uprooting them in a few years.
hope that helps!Like a Star @ heaven
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