Potting up Soloman's Seal for trade

jimernsterJune 12, 2009

Our neighborhood is planning a plant exchange this fall. I have a large area of variegated Soloman's seal and I would like to pot some up for the exchange, but unsure the best way to do it. It's quite tall right now. Do I just cut it back and pot it up? I didn't see many small plants that I could easily dig up. Thanks. Connie

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Chemocurl zn5b/6a Indiana(zone 5/6)

Moving this down...I'm betting you either cut it back (as I probably would have) or maybe staked it with something like a bamboo stake.


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