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September 14, 2009

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Diana

If lift up the spears and don't see above-ground roots, you are probably OK. Otherwise, you may have a rooting problem.

In my San Jose garden, I trim mine back in January even if they aren't completely brown. This way, I only have a few months where they look like a new military recruit.

Anna at discount bathroom vanities

I think if you trim it down that would allow the plants to recuperate and grow nicely next season...

cmb

You can "fluff" them up when they dry. It works!

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