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Old July 9, 2017   #9
NarnianGarden
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Thanks for the extensive info! Most of mine died too in the early infancy - one seedling is alive and well, planted in the container. I try to keep it on the dry side, but with a heat wave expected to hit the area next week, I will have to give it some water so it can grow and develop.
What I got now, looks healthy enough to survive, and hopefully produce something edible (lol).
(Flowers would be a nice bonus - just to see them, as most potato varieties in this country do not grow flowers - they're sterile... )

I might re-pot it if it seems to take off growing, but so far the container seems to be enough. I am surprised at the slow pace. Tomatoes are super easy, and fast, compared to this...
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