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Question: 590-3111
I have two plants that are the same. The one in the sun has roots coming to the top and is not doing as well as the one in the shade. What should I do? Peg, Olney, IL

Mort's Answer:
Dig up the one in the sun in early October and plant it in the same environment as the well one. It appears the plant is on a rock or some other obstruction. It is best not to be between a rock and a hard place.

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