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Old 1 Week Ago   #16
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Can I trim back the fro with no consequence? It is flopping over the large pot and onto the floor. Sure is thirsty inside.

- Lisa
Yes you can trim back all the leaves.then new growth ahould emerge from the center.
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I brought mine in last week for the winter.
The smallest poof, not much more than a fist-full, needs lot of pot
space.
My international grocery has it fresh for quite cheap so I'm not sure
why I still try and grow it every year.;...a challenge even though
my pups love it like kitties like wheat grass. (cat-nip)
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