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Old July 8, 2017   #32
SueCT
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Every variety is labeled with the name. I plant almost all heirlooms, and I rarely plant 2 of the same variety. I am careful to label them and note in my journal any standouts, be they good or bad. That way I know what I like, what has worked well in my garden and what I want to plant again. The "must plants" and any others that I replant I can reuse the labels for. I found metal labels that I can write on and a clear UV protection label that goes over the writing so it doesn't fade, and that way it is good to be reused in future years. Sorry, might be too much information.
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