Mon, 15 Mar 2004 15:46:34 PST
Aboaut Pacific Coast Hybrids, I believe someone said they were tricky to 
transplant and it seemed to work best during fall rains.  I grow over 100 of these 
and we are  friends with the leading hybridizer of these.  In the fall we 
split them never letting them dry out and keep them in water 1-7 days until they 
have grown a few new roots before putting in the ground.  The new white roots 
usually grow very fast and sometimes are ready to be planted the next day but 
don't let them dry out at all and keep them watered the first month until the 
rains take over.  Here in Calif that may take a bit of watering.  Using this 
method you will seldom lose any.
Carolyn in Los Gatos, CA northern end about 30 minutes inland

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