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Root-bound Rosemary Transplanted

Wednesday, 04 Sep 13 Mostly Cloudy 28°C / 82°F

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I bought this Rosemary plant at Wal-mart Neighborhood Grocery— in the produce section, of all places. When I got it home, I found it was extremely root-bound. I’m transplanting it to this great old tin can that I turned into a planter.

It can sit on the porch a little longer, until the weather gets colder.

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