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Feb 18, 2010 5:35 AM CST
Name: Allison
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was going to add the hardest part about planting the bloom masters is making sure the root ball or plant is small enough to fit though the holes... something I figured out quick my first year.. went and bought all wave petunias just to see there way no way to get them in without breaking them up... even the carry packs they have are huge compared to what will fit.. best way is to get a smaller root ball and put them in roots first .. I know I confine my coleus too long but they seem ok with it

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