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    with the refrigrator method, doing bare-root OR in pots, you seal them in a plastic bag so that NO air can escape..that holds all the mositure in and NO watering at all is necessary all winter! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
    I put my plants in the 'fridge for dormancy..seal them up in their pots, and dont even LOOK at them until they come out of the fridge 3-4 months great. they never dry out..the water cant escape the bag! therefore its impossible for the plants to dry out..


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    I left my VFTs and Sarrs in thier pots over the winter and put them in a very cold section of my leaky old basement. The soil froze solid several times. I now have them in my grow room under my 1000 watt light and they are all showing signs of new growth.

    Good luck with your plant.


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