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Old 1 Week Ago   #31
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Karen ,I salute you. As my growing space gets smaller I am looking more and more to dwarf plants, however some are still quite big.You seem to be breeding just waht I like..well done. When your seeds are ready for sale.. you wll be hearing from me..thank you for the work you have done.

I have been off the forum for some time so maybe I should go back and read all the posts rather than just go ga ga over the pictures..I may have missed something good

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The smallest of my budding up nicely. About 8-10” here are a few
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Looking great Karen!
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Everything looks wonderful; You are such a pro.

I loved the bumblebees on the purple flowers.

In your red Dollar store containers, what it on the top of the mix?
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Everything looks wonderful; You are such a pro.

I loved the bumblebees on the purple flowers.

In your red Dollar store containers, what it on the top of the mix?
Thank you! Not a pro, just a gardener who loves growing tomatoes
That’s just pearlite in the mix. Tends to settle to the top a bit when watering the promix HP since it contains a fair bit.
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Another group, these are F4 striped yellow and striped red cherries. Very bushy little dwarfs. Finer less Rugose foliage. Tried a couple in hanging baskets and I’m happy with How full they look. I put two plants per basket but likely should have kept it to one.
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