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Here were my plantagineas I planned to divide and move around my new garden after they finished blooming....
Notice the left plant - a little dull and wilted... here's what was left when I gently tugged a leaf...
So, out came the shovel and I dug up all of 'em to keep them away from those horrid creatures.... several more had been attacked, but they had more roots than the sad case above. Everybody's in a plastic tub with lots of water until I can get them in the ground.
So, I'll re-plant. My question for you is, would applying rooting hormone like Root Tone help those most badly damaged to develop more roots?
Or, is it just plop them in the ground - high and with lots of water (and crossed fingers), as you've taught us?
Thanks, and death to voles....