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that is SOOO bad. I am in NY ;-(

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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens

There are many alternative, and again, certainly within the Carex genus. Find a local nursery or landscape expert to help choose the right one --

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thanks Benjamin. we are in a very sandy part too.

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