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Old April 15, 2018   #31
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HL - That's how they look; pretty wispy.

CL - I grew it this past fall; plant still going and reviving itself. I have lots of extra seeds if you need any.
Me Barb, me me me me.(Waving hands)
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Old April 15, 2018   #32
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Old April 15, 2018   #33
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Old April 23, 2018   #34
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How tall are the B.A.G. plants?
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