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Sep 15, 2015 4:04 PM CST
Name: Patrick
Toms River, New Jersey Zone 7
Well, mine were all potted up for weeks before being transplanted into the ground -
and all rhizomes had very extensive root systems. They were transplanted into the ground
about 2-3 weeks ago, so maybe they will be OK this winter and will not need to be covered with 'pine straw'.

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