D wheeleri With Spear Pull

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D wheeleri With Spear Pull

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Once they have spear pull they are done for; no hope for any suckers, right?

Was at a large commercial nursery today and found these 5 gallon wheeleri. They all have spear pull. I got them for free. I wasn't interested in the plants but what was in the container. I'll be using it to top dress an area, albeit it a small area of landscape. But everything helps and the cost was right and I was already there for other stuff.
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Mckinney, Texas. 30 Miles North of Dallas. What I'm trying to grow: A ovatifolia: whales tongue, frosty blue, vanzie, sharkskin, parrasana, montana, parryi JC Raulston, Bellville, Bluebell Giant, havardiana, polianthiflora, parviflora, havardiana x neomexicana
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Re: D wheeleri With Spear Pull

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Those all look good and dead from here. Free soil and pots are never a bad thing!
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Re: D wheeleri With Spear Pull

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The weed is pretty healthy!!
Mckinney, Texas. 30 Miles North of Dallas. What I'm trying to grow: A ovatifolia: whales tongue, frosty blue, vanzie, sharkskin, parrasana, montana, parryi JC Raulston, Bellville, Bluebell Giant, havardiana, polianthiflora, parviflora, havardiana x neomexicana
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