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Jul 2, 2015 1:58 PM CST
Name: Lee
Madison, WI
Yeah Vicki, interestingly I think I loose more plants due to loosing too much soil around the plants and the roots become exposed. The soil is VERY sandy and many of them are along rock walls where they drain very quickly. When I water them it causes the soil to drop down and the level gets too low for the plant. I need to start adding soil to every plant in the spring to keep it up.

I also lost most of my favorite Now Cheesier due to exposed roots from lack of soil. I was able to catch it in time before all of the growth points went bad so now it's starting to come back smaller but healthy.

I'll keep you posted on the Lava. Whistling Can't wait.

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