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Old January 2, 2019   #16
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Location: Denmark
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I am going to grow it this year, but haven't seen this thread about it, but surely I'm looking foreward to such a healthy looking plant.As i'm growing in a greenhouse I'll probably not have problems with splitting because of rain.
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Old January 3, 2019   #17
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Thanks for the splitting heads up. In Denver rain is rare so it may go well here. Hudson thx for your comparison notes as well. At some point I would like to try all three varieties. The thought of your caprese in snowy January was delicious!
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