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By Artchic528
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Neat!

As long as there is a section of rhizome left that is healthy enough, a plant can seemingly come back from the grave.
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so its mid July and this plant is still wimpy, fed it the day i took the last photo for the 1st time, and i can notice the growth speeding up. if i want to get this plant ready for max burst next spring should i keep feeding? and if so how often.
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if my hands were not covered in peat i would have taken a photo of the rhizome this winter such growth.
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