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Old May 5, 2017   #7
Country Breeze
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They need high temps and humidity to thrive and grow in their long season.

Bright light, 80* temps from the time you start the seed, to the time you transplant outside. Think of a tropical environment, that's what it needs to grow well. It should take off with high light and temps. Lots of waiting in our northern climate.
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